Will definitely try to get in contact when we arrive and stand you a beer in exchange for some local tips- sounds like you`re the man to ask! I don`t think you mentioned where you`re staying in Spain, how old you are etc? If you want, hit me on my email which is above.
I`m starting to get the picture- Coruna seems like quite a provincial town, no English, no expats, no Irish pubs etc. This wil of course makes things a bit tough but we`re also looking forward to a more authentic Spanish experience I guess. It`ll force us to work on the Spanish quite hard anyway! Or the Galleo..
Am I right in assuming there is a surf shop in La Coruna? Gonna need to get a new board and wetsuit first thing. Looks like a small onshore break but after living at Bondi Beach for 8 years, than Sweden for 2, I`d surf in a puddle if I could find one. Speaking of buyinng stuff, are there any sites that`d be good for cruising local apartments and cars? Work is putting us up in a hotel initially but we need to find a place pretty quick. Any tips?
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