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Surf's up?

Surf's up?

The Editor,

Warm greetings from the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

That's right, all the way from Canada.

My name is Pete Jenks and I operate a surf shop over here. I am very interested in

information regarding sports in Cambodia, particularly the sports involved in the

Cambodian schools.

I believe that the west coast of Cambodia, Kompong Som, is on the coast of the South

China Sea. If there is possible interest in surfing correspondence from within Cambodia,

I am very interested in hearing from the people of Cambodia.

I hope to look forward to connecting with Cambodia on a more steady basis, and I

thank you.

- Pete Jenks, CAR-MA-JEN Surf Shop,PO Box 79, Ucluelet, BC,Canada VOR 3AO

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