Toby wrote:wind-wise I think Brazil is the best!
A good destination for me has this:
- wind, not gusty, not too strong (15-25)
- flat water and some waves
- warm air and water (just shorts)
- nice people
- not too many restrictions in any way (free culture)
- good food
- good places to stay
- nightlife for singles
- not overpriced
- quiet good access (not too long to travel to)
- safe for gear and life
I think Jamaica has all of this. But I don't know about prices to get there.
But get the tourism minister to invite me and a camera team, and I will cover all locations for www.splocs.com and do a nice video
longwhitecloud wrote:Reliable consistent wind. Worldwide i guess Maui wins for this - triple effect - tradewinds - sea breeze and squashed between a volcano and mountain. Not the greatest place to ride in terms of slicks / big clean beaches by a long shot etc but I KNOW there will be wind and fuck loads of it, hmm I feel like booking up right now... Hawaiian air just started flying to nz!
Watched a video of Jamaica kiting yesterday - looks awesome, probably takes 3 days to get there and house remortgage unfortunately tho..
You have answered your question as to why many people do not come to JamaicaMattyRossJa wrote: And yes Jamaica is quite expensive to fly to. And can be hard to get to from certain corners of the globe.
Yes it does. That's a pretty ignorant reason. Every country has huge human rights issues. One of the reasons I chose not to continue living in England is because of that. Like Going to war when your citizens don't want it.Metaphor_ wrote:Jamaica has major human rights issues--I'd actively discourage people from going there until they reform the country.
what's the average price to fly to dom rep from say florida?Toby wrote:I guess it is the flights then.
Look at Dom Rep...cheap flights and it gets packed...
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