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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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By Sing Goat Boat
ke orang blog - Kleng chi, SAYA MAU BICARA ke "Shell Neklace Dude", munken suda mati di "Tick, Tick, BOOM"
to the fool below - sorry buddy... who are speaking to!?
By Sing Goat Boat
Shell Necklace Dude - Dude, you don't know me but I know you. YOU STOLE MY CHICK. I bet she thinks you're so grooooovy with your SHELL NECKLACE. How am I supposed to compete with THAT?? You probably told her you swim with dolphins and shit like that and she probably thinks you're a hot surfer or some kind of "free spirit" on the face of the wave, man.I hate you, Shell Necklace Dude.
no title - HELLLLO FOLKS! is anybody there to answer a few things?? 1)apart from rain is the wet season bad also for the waves??'cause im plannin to go end of august , but wish to avoid if possible amounts of crowds and fights for waves!! and I am a regular!! 2)any advices about places to stay for the firts nights... 3) how do you move around and get to the spots? by bike?! How much should cost place to stay? and very important: I surf on a 6.2 is it a rigth size or I may need a bigger board(size?), and in this case would it be better to find one there or bringinig it from home? pls anyone resp.... good........ x
By Andrea Sicily! < email@example.com >
first time there next august - Hi guys, the one writeing is a siciliansurfer.since this site sems to be quite cool let me ask u few questions..I am not an excellent surfer but nor a beginner; and I am regular...Been surfin twice in costarica, and able to catch even big bombs,there as like at home(..though never on a coral reef!). I have heard contrasting opinions about bali. some say that Is the place to go 'cause you'll find sure what's good for u, there are waves for any level, no matter right or left. Others say that can be v-crowded, and where the good ones are, all are lefties and on super-shallow reef. I would like to know more some info about it, decideing such a trip requires extremely right info! ( ...maybe in the wet season more right spots are supposed to work ?!? ) CIAO a tutti.
Wet Season - In the wet season you tend to surf the eastern side of Bali (Sanur, Nusa Dua, etc) Having said that when I was there a couple of years ago the Kuta side of the peninsula was best. The rain is no big deal. Nice and hot during the day and a big dump of rain in the arvo which is no big deal.
November and December - Im planning to go to Bali in November and December.Ive heard that this is the rainy season. Is this true? How is the surf? Dose the wind direction change?Thanks!
no title - Thinking about going to indo in October. Has anyone been this time of the year? Or am i going to be pissed on and pissed off. Suggestions please people.
uk surfer - the uk foreign office are saying not to go to indo, u cant get insurance because of this, or else i`d be there!
anonymus - cheers for the inputdo you always ride longer boards when in bali? i dont think i'd do it again. maybe i just have to get used to them but they seem to have about a foot too much board in the tail behind where u stand. im thinking particularily of trying to ride it a lacerations and the tail would seem to get caught by all the water moving up the wave. am i doing something wrong - should i be lower on the wave? true about not having to squeeze when its 5ft and throwing 5ft out in front of the wave. maybe its about not picking that line soon enough as it only seems to happen on take off-pull in waves.thanxR
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