Surfers feel pollution. It’s that simple.
Bucket lists are stupid, because all they really do is set you up for failure. When someone tells me about all the adventurous things they have on their bucket list, I eventually start to imagine them old and gray, lying on their death bed clutching a crinkled up sheet of paper with only a handful of the items checked off.
Ubud and Seminyak are two locations that always become Bali’s leading tourist destination. Ubud for years has always awarded as one of the world’s best destination for travelers. While Seminyak has now rise as one of the promising area around Kuta.
Sanur in Bali became one of 2013 top destinations in Asia that a endowment came from TripAdvisor.
Indonesia’s climate and fertile soil makes it one of the world’s best places to grow coffee. A staple of Indonesia’s agriculture output since the 17th century, coffee cultivation has been passed down through generations from the hillsides of the Gayo highlands in Aceh to the coastal lines of Lampung, the hinterlands of Toraja to the mountains of Papua.
Indonesia has been voted “The 2013 Best Holiday Destination outside Europe”, as polled among 150,000 voters on zoover.nl, one of the largest hotel booking websites located in the Netherlands, informed a press release from the Indonesian Embassy in the Hague.
What is surfing? Well, it is not hard to give the description of surfing if you have the desire to be out in the water, the freedom to withstand the great force of nature and feel the energy which pushes you to the places where you have never been before. It is almost like a new world. It’s an addictive drug which you cannot stop taking. But surfing without the great waves is like a hot bear which is not at all cool. So here we give the world’s top best beaches to the surfers:
Rhys Stacker, an avid surfer from Australia and writer from Matador Network, compiled a list of the world’s 10 most dangerous waves. Even if you have advanced equipment and utilize swell tracking, think twice before you tackle these waters.
2011 was a good year in more ways than one. There were fun contests with some insane rides, exciting results, the usual surfing tourist influx which turns into an endless party, and spectacular waves from pre- to post-season from Eastern to Western Indonesia.