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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, MentawaÃÂ¯, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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ask around!!! - hey all keen bali goers...im a grom living in wollongong NSW. love 2500.heres the low down. ask around, even randoms out in the public dont be afraid get info take notes. visa to get into bali is roughly 25$US and you pay when you are getting off the plane. if your keen on tide info there is a surf shop in Nth Kuta,i think,called the Station. ask for a tide chart. rip curl provide them with these annually and it gives you a rough idea. dont surf what you have 'heard is good' ask taxi drivers where the best breaks are that are uncrowded.. and if they say ulu or kuta dont go!!!you can pick up if your lucky a local surfer who drives a taxi they take you to uncrowded spots and i was lucky to be taken to reefs just north of seminyak in what you think would be beach... make long time friends with a handful of useful locals... but be warned they will remember you!!! these people treat you like your family and will tell secrets of what they've heard or seen.... i ask questions and i feel i have a right to share the knowledge ive heard to others around the world.... remember 'search' for that perfect uncrowded line-up, and stay true to the surfing tradition. peace out. thanx to surfers who pass on info to keep the passion alive
- Bali, is great time for a beginner.. BUY YOURSELF A GOOD FUNBOARD. Practice on Kuta beach.. GOOD BEACHBREAK..IN THE MORNING..
Bali in June? - Does anyone know if June is a good time to go to Bali? What nationalities dominate tourism in Bali at that time? I'm under the impression that hotels are really cheap, am I right? I'm also a beginner at surfing, can i find surfshops with boards for rent? Basically please tell me all that you know about Bali, concerning atmosphere, food, prices etc etc.Thanks!!
indo surf - Hey all,Just want to know if i could get some advice on surfing in early july this year in indo.. Thinking about going on a lombok, sumbawa boat trip any comments would be appreciated to do with e.g. certain boats, certain agents to book with, prices etc. Looking for cheap..Cheers
good info website - Im goin to Indo in the middle of Feb 2006 for a month. Ive been to Asia before but not for surf, so Im suggesting a website for anyone that hasnt been to Bali or Asia. Its called Baliwaves.com Its pretty good information wise, swell report, travel info, balinese customs, stories from readers, etc. I think the guy who runs it is an expat from OZ. Dont quote me on that though.
February Surf in Bali - Hello Everyone,I am planning a month long surf trip Feb 2006 and was hoping to go to Indo to score some barrels in warm water, something I am deprived of as a British surfer! The only thing is I am not sure of what the surf will be like in Indo in that month as I know it is not the best time of year to go.Can anyone give me any feedback as to what I can expect consistency wise if say I went to Bali at that time of year? Also, what are the spots that are firing? Thanks in advance for any advice.
indo - well after the earth quake things have changed alot i went there in the july school holidays 2005 and we surfed a reefed that had just been formed by the e.q so we were probly the 1st to surf it..... so dnt be scared if u think all brakes are gone cause there there and some breaks have gotn better such as nias the bay.
Buying boards - I need some information concerning buying boards in Bali, if someone knows if it's possible to buy a good board there and how much it will cost let me know thank's and good waves
- I cant help you to score some empty waves. But I can help you to ride some.
Visas - Does anybody know if I need to get a visa to spend a couple weeks in Bali? If yes how do I go about doing this? Does any one know of a Indoensian Foreign Ministry website or something? Thanks, a million
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