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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 chrisluce@hotmail.com , 17-06-2004

get to simeulue island NOW! - shit all this talk about mentawai's mentawai's mentawai's, yep the surf there is mental! but just up the road about 250 miles is an island called simeulue. must be 50 world class waves up there at least. people are friendly, food is awesome and cheap, nite life ~ very quiet. you can fly direct from medan and take about 1 1/2 hrs. I helped build the 1st camp their late last yr 03 and had to surf this surfer lonely island all by my lonesome... yep they've got maleria so take something.. you won't be dissapointed.. camp owners from oz but with 15 yrs indo experience. awesome food from top class tassie chef.. email camp owner at drillsurfau@yahoo.com or email me at chrisluce@hotmail.com.

By stugross@hotmail.com , 26-05-2004

camp for solid intermediate and his just beginning lady - hey folks, thinking about staying a couple of months in Indonesia this late summer and am looking for maybe a camp where I can dial in my skills and my lady can learn to surf. I'm at the level where I am looking to start surfing bigger stuff and think that a few lessons/pointers would be cool and me lady hasn't really surfed at all. any suggestions would be most appreciated. in terms of locales, anywhere in Bali/Lombok/E. Java area would be sweet. Trms. Stu

By matthijs@movimiento.nl , 15-05-2004

Stay for more than one month in Indo? - We want to surf for two months in indo this summer (leaving appr. 18jun.) The problem is that we heard at the travel agency that it is not possible to stay more than one month if you don’t have a visa. Can somebody give me some information about this? We heard we need a so-called sponsor, somebody that lives in Indonesia, who has to sign some paper with what we can get a visa. The thing is that we don't know anybody there. Can somebody help us out? Please send me an email,

Matthijs Collard

Some information would be appreciated!

Thanks

Matthijs Collard

The Netherlands
Tel: 0628126697
Mail:
www: www.movimiento.nl

By surfjava@hotmail , 07-04-2004

Travel questions,bring it on!!! - I have traveled from Batam to Irian Jaya. I am married to a woman from Sulawesi.I am just offering advice to travelers concerning drugs to immigration. I am a surfer who wants to encourage travel to Indonesia. Peace.

By biman , 22-01-2004

forum wannasurf most regular waves march indonesia? - Hi,

i m from france, and i plan to surf in indonesia in march for 01 month, have you some suggestions for e spot whit regular waves and is eazy to get there,

NIAS? SUMATERA?
thank's

biman@hotmail.com

By xantigol@yahoo.com , 25-09-2003

BANDUNG? HELP - hello, i have the opportunity of studying at the institute of technology in the city: BANDUNG. i know this city is not exactly by the sea but ... is it very far away? how much surf can i get living in Bandung? is the sea extremely far away from BANDUNG??? please let me know about any information about this city ... i have to decide soon

By anonymous , 23-09-2003

most regular waves december, indonesia - hello,

i'm planning to surf in indonesia in december for 2 weeks. anybody has got some suggestiosn for a spot whit regular waves and is easy to get there. this summer i went to bali, so maybe it is time for something else...

witz

By Mr. Patrick Steiner , 06-08-2003

TRAVEL ADVISORY - In the wake of the recent bombing of the Marriott Hotel in Jakarta, the United States and Australian governments are strongly advising against all non-essential travel to Indonesia. There is an underlying expectation for attacks like this to continue...

By globe trotter , 28-07-2003

UPDATE... - Was there in May/June before everyone got there. Bali was mellow,down. Seemed like Bomb took life out of people(not as much haggling and such), and cheap deals to be had!The Bounty is to be avoided. Felt like if any place is next... G-land 20guys,sumbawa25@Lakai's,and ulu's-padang a zoo as usual, but still not as bad as past years. Great time to go.They need the help.Citizens everywhere around the world generally are NOT a good representative of their governments policies. Remember Indo's do not even consider themselves Indonesian. Balianese,Sumatranese,Sumbawanese etc...There are good and bad people everywhere, higher concentrations just make the latter more noticeable. Sumbawa is NOW charging 10%tax. Just typical 3rd world stuff to deal with, same SH** different country, watch your money,Bring NEW bills ,pre-do Math in your head etc...

By Bali Bomber by JI, not G. Bush. , 09-07-2003

What, Mr. Eforaker? - What do you mean by: "And now with george bush and the funky bunch killing and maiming in the name of freedom (and imperialism)"? Did 'W' blow up Sari's? Would you prefer JI, Bin Laden, and Saddam? If so, they would forbid you to surf, I guarantee it. I'm not a huge fan of George Bush, but I'm not so naive to believe the terrorists are nice folks who want to embrace democracy, equal rights and surfing.

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