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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Sumatra Mainland


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By , 10-05-2007

jenny,s point - from 1998 people call jenny,s point the girl from australia surfing that day and she catch waves from that moment we call jenny,s point and andi coming in 2000 and he changing to drew,s right how come he call that point his name andrew william watson.

By , 17-04-2007

How far away is the closest break from Lake Toba? - I was wondering if anyone knew the closest break from Lake Toba? If anyone knows could you please fill me in on some information. Thanks.


By Anonymous , 03-04-2007

any information? - If you don't feel like paying for one of the camps hows cheap scene? Renting motorbikes? getting around? thanks.

By Anonymous , 07-03-2007

- To the guy comlaining about the directions to the spots... Definetly quit whining about how much you spent to get there like you deserve to get efficient directions to all the spots. That's life buddy, everyone has to search for spots. If you don't want to search for spots go on a boat trip or a guided tour. You have to pay to get that kind of service. Better yet, don't even come

By Anonymous , 10-02-2007

surf spots - Just got back to Bali after a Mainland Sumatra trip. Did 2 weeks there and finally on the 2nd week we found some waves to surf.
I would just like to say a big NO THANKYOU to the guy who posted phony directions to the waves on this site.
The waves were nowhere even close to what you wrote. So I guess either you're an idiot or are trying to put people off the trail.
If it's the later then think about how much money people spend to get there. Better you say nothing.
Anyway, I had a good time but it's a hell of a place to get to and getting around yourself is a nightmare as noone speaks English and it seems very hard to access the coastline from the main road.
I'd go back but I'd want at least a month to kill so as to try to get to know the place.

By Ni baitze , 06-12-2006

Sumatra rocks!!! - There are a lot of opinions here that are not based on fact. I've been there a few times and had the best waves ever. It's still such a new area and you really need to be onto it to get barreled but if you go with someone that knows the area well then you'll see some of Indonesias' best waves.
Just because some guy went there for 2 weeks and the waves were shit, doesn't mean it's always like that. I've been living in Bali and Java for almost 6 years and have surfed all the big name spots a lot and they all go through periods of being shitty for whatever reason. The weather out to sea has a major impact on the way swells arrive and a strange weather pattern can hang around for weeks making swells uneven and broken up.
Anyhow, make up your own mind, I know I'll be back there...

By Anonymous , 18-11-2006

baaaaaaaaaaaaagus - itu bagi anjing baaaagus

By Anonymous , 17-11-2006

also goin solo - hey dec man to bad, im goin start of jan also flyin solo, anyone else who might be in the padang area eastwards give me an email, goin from the sixth onwards, alot of unexplored coast. fuck the camps.

By wannasurf team , 10-11-2006

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By , 10-11-2006

dec trip - dec 8th - dec 13th... free to travel and surf. boats, cars, yaks whatever... rolling solo, so would be good to meet up if anyone is available. hit me back via email. thanks. a

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