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An Australian surfing teacher who suffered major head injuries when he was king hit in Bali is out of intensive care in a Perth hospital.
Chief of Indonesia’s National Police General Sutarman has guaranteed that Australian tourists visiting Bali, in particular, and Indonesia, in general, will be protected despite the ongoing row over espionage allegations.
December has arrived! We usually have a lot of rain and Westerly winds at this time of the year, but as we’ve mentioned before this year is rather unusual. Not that we’re complaining! Over the last few days we enjoyed a mid-size swell that brought Bali fun waves, 5-6ft at some breaks, and with the light Southerly winds we’ve been able to surf all day. The coconut wireless is buzzing with stories that it’s been barreling all over the island.
Bali Provincial Government held a survey to gather information from tourists about the service and comfort on the island. The survey result was quite astonishing, in which there were 12 tourist’s complaints specific to Bali.
July 29, 2013, a sperm whale was stranded on Tershelling, a northern island in the Netherlands. A rescue attempt was attempted, but unfortunately the whale died. A young adult at 13.5 meters was taken for a necropsy at the port of Harlington. The sperm whale had plastic in its stomach, an increasing common phenomenon say researchers at the Biodiversity Centre Naturalis.
There are more than just a few waves on Oahu’s North Shore that can scare the bejesus out of you. All the breaks on that hollowed strip of coastline unanimously break harder with the lips slamming into those shallow reef slabs with a ferocious and eerie intensity, not found in many other places on earth.
A travel warning calling for heightened security awareness issued recently by the Australian government, does not seem to have had much impact on Australian tourists in Bali.
Perth tourists say their relaxing Bali holiday has been ruined by “appalling”, drunken school leavers as the Indonesian island becomes an increasingly popular playground for WA teens.
A Victorian man in a coma after being king hit in Bali has been given the green light to be flown back to Australia.