Nicaragua Surf Report for Wednesday, August 16, 2006

By now we are in full cruising mode, crushing the 10 hour drives like trips to the corner. We made it from the mountains of Guatemala to the coast of Salvador and check out what we found - Local Salvadoreans flying the NSR Colors. Good stuff guys!

I wouldn't say the waves were going off or anything, but after a few long days in the truck, and a week or so without surf, we were down for about anything. This is the biggest set wave of the day, breaking softly at this Salvadorean pt. break.

Hi, Roberto with the surf report and spanish class for today. It's chest high on sets and the wind is offshore out here at Maderas. It's low tide and this how Machete pt looks.

Today's Oliver shows. Here is Pancho Chamorro on the beach watching Oliver's air.

Chicks, chicks and chicks.

This is Dumbo going left at Machete pt.

Hey, are you ok? Would you like something to drink?

TODAY'S SPANISH CLASS: Oliver de nuevo con un peque