Young, carefree Aussie heads over to Thailand or Bali for a tropical holiday. They soak up the sun, hit the surf, sip on cocktails, buy a Bintang singlet and hire a scooter to get around. It is a rite of passage that many young Australians enjoy. Until it kills them, News Australia reported.
Bali police have issued a warning to tourists riding motorbikes on the holiday island — obey the road rules or face criminal charges. Anyone who tries to bribe an officer to get away with bad behaviour will also be charged.
The recent ill-fated Starkoat charter-trip has generated plenty of chatter. We went straight to the source and have the facts for you….
Last friday, the surf charter boat Star Koat, an eighty-foot trad Indonesian wooden boat built in Sibolga for twelve passengers, ran aground while taking a short cut in the Mentawai’s deep south a little before eight pm, Beach Grit reported.
They were warned before starting their climb to use a local guide, but dismissed this advice and commenced the climb on their own. When they reached a height of 2,843 meters above sea level, Torge Sense slipped into the crater. His companions entered the crater and tried to help, but ended up also being caught in the crater and unable to climb out.
Dropping in someone is one of the worst sins a surfer can make, especially if it’s this bad. Sometimes they happen by accident occasionally… but when you’re screwing someone out of a barrel like this and risking knocking his head clean off in the process… you should probably rethink how you surf.
Two Danish tourists, Jansen Marcus Moller (21) and Andreas Winther Nielsen, were killed in the early hours of Sunday, July 2, 2017, in a traffic accident at the intersection of Tiyung Tutul in Pererenan, as quoted from Bali Discovery.
A speedboat from the West Nusa Tenggara Water Police hit the KM Pasir Putih ferry in waters off Gili Indah village, Gili Trawangan, North Lombok.
Both motorcyclists were traveling at a high rate of speed in a southerly direction on Jalan Raya Canggu.
Suire’s body was found laying in a ditch near his motorcycle at sunrise on Sunday