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The Bodyboard Travel Guide: The 100 Most Awesome Waves on the Planet
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This book is totally amazing. I am an in love with travelling and finding the best bodyboard waves this planet has to offer-this book has just made my life a whole lot easier. The book is crammed full of the sickest images and travel info from around the globe including a detailed section on the best waves in Europe and the U.K. If its slabs,wedges and shorebreaks you like then this is the perfect book.
Gaz Lathwood
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 19 February 2012
At last, a quality travel guide for bodyboarders.

It features many well-known waves as well as a few less obvious ones from all over the globe (though I, for one, am happy that the world class `Danish Lefts' has been omitted).

It also gives a concise breakdown of the countries and their customs, travel info to get to the beaches and the individual nature of how the waves break and when it's best to be there.

With a copy of this, along with the ThreeSixty Bodyboard Manual and a case of beer, a trip to the beach will be a lot more fun than a trip to the barbers.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 16 February 2012
I am one of those Jekyll and Hyde characters who rides a bodyboard some days and a surfboard other days. But I started on a bodyboard so I guess thats where my heart is. When its pumping, I ride my bodyboard. So I was stoked to see this new book, from the guys who do Threesixty mag. Surfers have had god knows how many editions of the Stormrider guide, but until now theres never been a travel book for bodyboarders. This book plugs a gap in the market and bodyboarders will love it. Wicked photos, solid info, and loads of places you have never even heard of! Check it out.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 19 February 2012
Got this book as a much requested birthday present and I was not disappointed. It really wets the appetite to pack your bags and set off on another surf adventure. The book offers comprehensive detail for each location backed up by stunning pictures. With input from so many world class boogers you really get the feeling that a great deal of time and research has been put into this book, along with heaps of booger passion. Here's to all the lucky boogers (excuse the pun) who got to visit these exotic locations and were willing to share with us their hard earned knowledge.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 20 February 2012
Just got the Bodyboard travel guide and i have read the firt 50 odd pages of it and skimmed through the rest of the book to see what it is like, i must say it is a must have book for any traveling bodyboarder.

It speaks about all the top destinations that you could think of to go bodyboarding at, and it doesnt just speak 100% about the bodyboarding it also has some info on the culture that is in that part of the world wich is great help when picking your bodyboarding holiday.

Also what is great about this book is that the writer has been to all these places and ridden the waves first hand so it is NOT a secondary observation form other books and sources all compacted in to one. Its an original well written travel guide to the best bodyboarding waves. Not just that but it has some amazing pictures form all over the world of the beach or wave that you could be visiting.

I would recomend this travel book to anyone about to book a bodyboarding holiday just to find out a little bit more about the destination they are going to vist, and if not it is something good to be seen reading on the plane over.
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