Watching a competent goofy at Deserts is a glorious thing. Especially when that goofy is Adrian Buchan.
Three main tourism destinations in Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara; Gili Trawangan, Gili Meno and Gili Air have been inaccessible by sea since Wednesday morning due to bad weather.
Strong winds and high waves have caused delays to the ferry service linking Padang Bai harbour in East Bali with Lembar harbour in West Lombok.
Here’s Kailani Jabour getting a couple of screaming barrels at Desert Point, Lombok, Eastern Indonesia. The GoPro camera’s mounted so well at the back of Kailani’s board; giving you a unique perspective from inside one of the World’s best lefts.
While the wet season can be a bit of a downer with storms that last a few days, squalls that appear out of nowhere, the traffic madness around Christmas and New Years, the requisite flooding and leaking no matter how sound the construction of your house or hotel, on occasion it can serve up gems… […]
With the hectic traffic courtesy of the ASEAN conference and the usual tourist madness, we set out to escape and went East. 18 minutes East by air, but that’s far enough apparently. With the swell and wind directions predicted many thought there wouldn’t be much going on; thankfully our trusty forecaster didn’t fail us and […]