Help Me Shop
I am heading back to Holbox Mexico the end of Feb. and have decided the only way I will ever learn to kite surf, which I REALLY want to do, is if I buy my own trainer kite and practice when I go down there. Then I can take 'another one' of those lessons and have some clue as to what the instructor is asking me to do so I can actually get out on the hopefully windy day that I booked
him for and not get my butt drug down the beach!
I am wondering what the recommendation would be for me - I would like to take advantage of the wind on nature's schedule without having to fear for my life - or the limb that I will wrap in
the line according to my husband.
This is the only time I can kiteboard as I don't live in an area where it can be done. I am looking for what I need to start with the intention of upgrading when the time is right - I am practicing for retirement and I have a little time to practice!
Thanks for any and all input!
P.S. The winds can be variable and the island lies around the northern tip of the Yucatan - I do not remember from my 'lesson' which way I was supposed to want the wind to go. I am a strong