BigShot wrote:Never done it on public transport before, but I believe one problem you may have is transport once you arrive out there. Apparently some busses and the likes can be a right pain about boards. I'd look into that before buying a ticket.
On the other hand - be thankful you've got ANY breaks where you are.
We don't even have a standing wave on a river - and even if we did, we'd probably just end up with scallies throwing rocks at us while we did it.
Yea i should be great full i'm just proper bummed, not surfed for a month and my last surf i got out really stoked after a great session at porthmeor then realising i was moving house the next day, it just frustrates me that even though a decent groundswell came in today and looking at N. Devon and Cornwall not a blip at Brighton. When i get there i'm not too bothered about walking a few miles with my board tbh i did it from St Just to Sennen a few times with camping gear (no board).
Buses are a right pain and will not let me on with a mini longboard i know this from living in Cornwall since i was 5. Cheers Kabazz it is indeed south west trains, will probally have to make the journey to Bournemouth for a session later into the winter season.