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Campbell River, British Columbia
November 6, 2005
We watched the surfers from the Point overlooking Honolua Bay. You are able to look right down on them and respect the control they have.
We also saw windsurfers off of Ho'okipa Beach Park, on the east side. Amazing.
If you are able, they offer surfing lessons, which are guaranteed to get you surfing. Just ask at any local activities' desk.
From journal Maui Wedding Escape
Santa Cruz, California
August 12, 2004
One morning we woke with the sun and birds, hopped in our rented Mustang convertible, and headed out for some surf adventure. Ben is an avid surfer, and it was all he could think about while on the island. He knows that Hanalua Bay holds surf competitions every year, so we went to check that out. It’s about an hour’s drive from our condo.
The bay is crystal blue, and safe from wind. He paddled out, almost alone. There were three other people in the water, a surfer’s dream. I sat at the shore, reading and soaking in the warm Maui sun. It was a beautiful start to another day in paradise.
From journal The Road To Paradise In Maui
San Francisco, California
February 1, 2004
Once in the water, we're able to ride the waves right away. We enjoyed it so much, we took another class from him the very next day. As first timers, taking lessons at least twice was very helpful, since we're able to surf much better the next day after being very tired the first day.
Puomano Beach near Lahaina is a great spot for beginners. The waves are gentle, and the ocean floor is pretty flat for swimming-challenged people like us.
From journal A week in Maui