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Thirty-seven

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by Emma Elwin on 5 November, 2015

Emma Elwin is preparing for her next surf trip that will go to...

It is now thirty-seven days left until we leave for a month away in Cali. Sun, surf and work. Really can’t wait to see the coast line, from San Diego to Venice beach! Anything that one can’t miss on their first visit to California?


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pauline: btw: tony hawk used to live in Encinitas :)
November 13, 2015

pauline: outside San Diego, maybe 45 minutes ride up north, is a small city called "Encinitas" and "Cardiff by the sea". best surf spot ever. friendly coast, no crowds. in Cardiff is a famous surf spot called "swamis" very nice spot to spot surfers. however, quite local and competitive. still, beautiful coast line. I'd rather surf the spots further down. many smoothie bowls, surf shops, Patagonia shop, Bing boards HQ and a cafe called "swamis" along the main road. awesome breakfast burritos and acai bowls. san clemente - very nice !! in new port beach left to the harbour is a bay wth very friendly long board waves. toes to the nose. have fun !!
November 13, 2015

Julia: Bara ta dig tid att njuta av San Diego, för det är en helt fantastisk stad. Finns massor av tips, men jag måste hem och rota lite i minnesbanken innan jag kan plita ner något konkret. Los Angeles suger :)
November 11, 2015

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