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living in the netherlands« on: September 13 2004 07:09:00 »
Theres a chance I may be moving to your fine country and need a tempory place to stay, I need to based near Leiden, are they any good rental websites? It needs to be cheap.
how fars Leiden from the surf?
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #2 on: September 13 2004 14:09:00 »
hopefully it could be perment, but I'd say about 6 months to start with. Is it best to come out and then start looking?
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #3 on: September 14 2004 03:09:00 »
I off over there in the next couple of days so I should get a better idea of the situation. I don't mind sharing so i'll have a look around.
I need to start learning dutch quick though!!!
thanks for your help
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #4 on: September 23 2004 02:09:00 »
Stay in the hague. Scheveningen is not world class, but we've got a harbour wall to protect us a bit from sw and nnw winds. It's close to Leiden by train. Try kamernet.nl
Boards cost around 600euro. Bring you're own or plan a trip to france and get a board there for 300-350.
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #5 on: September 24 2004 16:09:00 »
Yeah go for a place in Scheveningen, it's descent surfing there, bring a thick wetsuit though.
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #6 on: October 04 2004 07:10:00 »
i've got all my own kit, and from the north of england so the cold water doesn't bother me to much. How long does it take to get to france then?
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #7 on: October 20 2004 04:10:00 »
Just got back from france, its a good 12 to 14 hour drive to almost all the good spots, talking about Pin-sec, Lacanau, Hossegor, Capbreton, st jean de lux and Biaritz. But since you don't need a board its no problem for you. Scheveningen is good, busy on good days but in the wintertime its all ok.
Seeya out there!
RE: living in the netherlands« Reply #8 on: October 21 2004 07:10:00 »
Scheveninge, much better than leiden, but on the other hand there are a lot of girls in Leiden :)
because of the university, that's what it makes difficult to find some place to rent aswell, cause all these students doe need a room themselves
But maybe you can share one ;)