We all cross plenty of these people every day: the “outsiders” who don’t surf. You’re really not sure what they do in life. What’s their direction in life? What are their ambitions? What are their daily habits? You find yourself constantly questioning their every move because…well it’s not like they’re surfing.
A New Zealand surfer discovered first-hand this week that while large whales might appear docile, they do not always appreciate being touched
However, when you actually catch a wave, it’s like crack. It’ll keep you coming back for more, time and again. We were all kooks once. Everyone knows that feeling of awkwardly getting donked on the head by their own board or frustratingly being unable to paddle out back. So, we’ve put together the six mistakes every beginner surfer makes.
Surfing is about fun and about joy. It is about the feel of being in the ocean and riding nature’s own power. Of course the problem with all that is that sometimes humans get in the way. Here is a list of surfing’s seven deadly sins, the perpetrators of any of these deserve to go straight to hell.
When life gets a little stressful, getting into nature and learning something new might be a fun and daring way to let loose. How about learning to surf in an archipelago filled with the world’s best waves? Here are four beginner-friendly surfing spots across Indonesia to get you up and surfing.
You know the music, that abrupt cello and haunting clarinet. It conjures images of a monster waiting in the deep. It’s the musical theme from the film Jaws. This movie has been responsible for a good portion of the shark craze that has gripped people for decades now. Based on a string of shark attacks […]
The sea in this area is known for producing some great waves, which are perfect for surfers. Also, the beaches are much quieter than their southern counterparts, despite most of them being located within close proximity to the large main road connecting Denpasar and Gilimanuk Port.
With that being said, here are some of the spots that you can go to if you happen to be wandering off to the western part of Bali.
Japanese surfer reportedly drowned near Bali’s Ngurah Rai Airport on Sunday. Katayanagi Susumo was caught and dragged in a massive current as he was surfing at Kuta Reef.
Travelling, finding and shredding new waves is one of the great joys of surfing life but it can go sour if you approach it with the wrong attitude. Or the wrong crew. Once etiquette breaks down ruffled feathers, negative vibes and car park show-downs are never far away. Let’s avoid all that can we?
An “extremely lucky” surfer has been found by a coastguard helicopter after 32 hours in the sea.