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Don Redondo - Part 15
By Drew Kampion
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More Surf News

A Look Into Modern Surf Terminology

Since surfing started becoming a popular sport and pastime back in the 60s, surfers have been said to have their own sub-culture within society. Over the years many things have changed and evolved in this sub-culture, and along the way the "Surf Culture" has developed it's own language, so to speak.

May Surf Forecast

May the official start of our rainy season here in Guanacaste. So, that means the surf conditions can sometimes suffer, bringing many days with mixed up, choppy surf. The good thing is that it will have some decent size because we are still in our big south swell season. It will probably average out in the chest to head high range for the month. The size should hold, but expect to have more side shore and onshore winds as well, making for some sloppy conditions. We could have a few days with some offshore winds and clean surf, but depending on how many storms we get, they could be few and far between. Also, expect a few days of large overhead to double overhead conditions if we get some big, powerful south swells into the Guiones bay. See you in the water!

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