Mateus Herdy spent a long period of competition in Australia, contesting QS’s and Pro Juniors, and traveled for the first time to Indonesia in the first two weeks of April’17, spending 12 days between Bali and Sumbawa, with friend and videomaker Ian Tavares.
Surfer photographer Ryan “Chachi” Craig and an international group of rippers took the hard road to score beautiful Desert Point and Scar Reef, one that was pock-marked with car malfunctions and ferry rides packed from bow to stern. Watch Mauro Diaz, Rolando Montes, and more as they thread shallow, square end sections in Lombok.
Indonesia is one of the “must visit” destinations for any travelling surfer. Micky Clarke, finally made the trek to the Indian Ocean archipelago, he has deep cutbacks, lofty rotations, a sixth sense for the barrel.
Indonesia is in Rhino emergency status after this protected animal habitat declined to three from eight locations which all are conservation areas
In January 2015, the Ministry of Trade’s legislation banned convenience stores around the nation from selling alcoholic drinks, in hope that this would curb underage locals (especially school kids) from divulging in the act of alcoholic indulgence.
Bank Indonesia (BI) has issued a regulation to prohibit double swiping because such practice may result in data theft…
In other words, there’s zero room for error here
In a video uploaded on Facebook by a netizen with an account named Novita Sitinjak, it can be seen that the naked man attempted to escape from the three Paspampres members who caught him. According to the video uploader, the incident occurred at 7:35 a.m. Monday.
Thousands of ATMs and electronic card payment machines in Indonesia went offline over the weekend, and it might take two more weeks before full service is restored, after an outage from a satellite belonging to state-controlled telecom giant PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom).
“The staff will put butter or Vaseline cream on the dolphin’s skin to keep it moist because it’s dry transport,” said Femke Den Haas. More than 90 dolphins are held in captivity in Indonesia and trained to perform tricks in shows as part of the country’s so-called conservation efforts. Their future is uncertain as the government continues experimenting with a captive breeding programme to increase dolphin population in its waters.