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Canggu is arguably becoming one of Bali’s most progressive and culturally fascinating areas. Your mum will liken it to “how she remembers Legian in the 80s”, and you will hopefully never liken it to “the new Seminyak”. Having really only found its name on the tourism map over the past few years, Canggu is maturing rapidly and is undergoing a very visible revolution, as a graffitied wall along “the shortcut” suggests. As construction continues and creatives gather to cultivate, there is a fascinating undercurrent of cool becoming increasingly prevalent as Canggu comes into its adolescence.
Australian teenagers are munching on magic mushrooms while celebrating schoolies in Bali, despite warnings about the health effects and efforts by local police to criminalise and eradicate the hallucinogen drugs.
With these family friendly surf trip destinations, you can keep everyone happy. Whether it be in Mexico or Samoa, surfers, non-surfers and those in between can all have a fantastic vacation.
As many as 11 foreigners have drowned in Bali from January to October this year, an official said on Tuesday.
Big-wave surfer catches 60-foot wave at famous Portugal surfing spot but wipes out on similar wave, gets beaten up by subsequent waves before towed to safety.
Samsung is trying to fuel a fire between surfing and skateboarding. The mobile company has created a challenge between Gabriel Medina, ranked #1 surfer on the World Tour, and Bob Burnquist, one of the best and the most innovative skateboarders in the world. Both are Brazilian.
Joel Parkinson sustained an injury while freesurfing Pipeline, and has withdrawn from the Vans World Cup of Surfing, the second event of the Triple Crown of Surfing.
Immigration authorities in Bali are cracking down on foreigners working there without the appropriate visas and have nabbed four Australians, including one man who is due to be deported to Australia.
I Gusti Kompiang Adnyana, the Head of the Bali Regional Office of the ministry of “Justice and Human Rights”, ensures that there are no more rogue immigration officers who commit extortion against foreigners during the examination of travel documents at the Denpasar Ngurah Rai Airport.