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Pict Of The Week: #12

A Balinese having his morning coffee in a “Warung”

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Pict Of The Week: #12

We found Desert Point for regular footers, but it only works properly a few times a year.

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Pict Of The Week: #11

Long time ago we would search for waves and if it was working we would surf by ourselves. This right-hander was a scape when we needed a solo sesh.

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Pict Of The Week: #10

Perfect, heavy and priceless…. Green Bush, Mentawai

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Pict Of The Week: #9

When Keramas is pumping the crowd will be insane, and only a hundred meters away there is that wave, called Car Park, where only men can surf it. Here the Padma Boy Nyoman Blacky dominating it.

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Photos: Esperance surfer approached by shark at West Beach

More than a month after an Esperance surfer had a close encounter with a great white shark, stunning photos have emerged of the incident.

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Pict Of The Week: #8

Lately more and more people are complaining about the crowds in Indonesia. But there are a lot of options around the 17 thousand Islands of the archipelago. If you keen to travel and look for new waves you might find spots that you will surf by yourself or with a couple of friends. In one of our latest trip we found that spot. After watching 7 or 8 sets breaking in the exactly same spot we went down and surf it for 3 hours. A friend and I in a uncrowded sesh.

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Pict Of The Week #7

When there is a SW swell coming to Bali hundreds of surfers start their night migration to the Island of Lombok. The drive is painful: 2 hours to the harbour + 4 to 6 hours in the ferry + 1,5 hour drive to reach those waves. Another SW swell arriving tomorrow, and another trip to be paid off. Photo shot on a Canon 7D, 24-105 Canons lenses.

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Pict Of The Week #6

We just had the swell forecast updated today, there are 3 Southwest swell coming to Indonesia. In the next 10 days we will have 3 opportunities to score waves like this at Padang-padang, Bali. This photo was taken during the Rip Curl Cup that takes place every year at Padang, the Balinese Pipeline as it is known. Are you joint us for a photo sesh next swell?

Photo: Iuri Borba

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Photos: Bingin, White Sand Beach, Small Bikinis and Barrels

Do you know those days when the swell is too small to surf at Padang-Padang, the waves at Uluwatu are not really breaking at Outside Corner, and if you try to surf Race Tracks or Inside Corner some bigger sets would just wash through?
Those days are what we call the Bingin days.

Bingin is a perfect left-hander that breaks with 3-4ft on a perfect corner of reef. The best waves are caught behind the peak. You take off and back-door it straight into the barrel, that usually opens up and drives you to a section where you can do 1 or 2 turns before you reach what is called by many “the greeds” the last bit of the wave where you usually meet the reef.

The white sand beach with all the Warungs (the local restaurants) on the cliff gives the place a look of paradise. Then when you walk down to the beach and see the beautiful girls hanging under the balinese sun in their small bikinis you definitely find yourself where you always wanted to be.

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