The Everyday Surfer Problems series by Jez Browning of UniSURFity aims to make you a better surfer. And let’s face it, pretty much everyone wants to improve their surfing. That’s why you’re here in the first place. Looking for the best waves in your area, or where to go on a surf trip. Maybe you’re looking at new kit: fins, a board to go faster, get vertical, or make more sections. And yes equipment is important, good waves are important, but technique is everything.
In other words, there’s zero room for error here
Surfing is one of those sports with a steep learning curve. That’s especially true for those of us who adopted it at a later stage in life.
Whenever you travel outside of your own country, there are always risks and dangers especially since you’ll be in unfamiliar territory. Thankfully, indonesia.tripcanvas.co make a list to found 11 dangers (in their experience) in Bali, that you should certainly avoid – so nothing will spoil that amazing Bali holiday you’ve always wanted.
Boat Charter: This category’s where you truly get your bang for your buck on a boat. In a place like, say, the Mentawai or Telos Islands in Indonesia, waves can be quite inaccessible by land and/or far apart from each other by motorbike when on said-island.
We already know about the things that shouldn’t happen in Bali: excessive drinking, tourists exposing way too much flesh on the beach and blatant ignorance of the island’s culture. But that’s not the real Bali. Beyond Kuta there is plenty that will surprise, and delight, the first-time visitor to the Island of the Gods.
If you’re anything like me, the thought of going to the gym is about as appealing as being run over by an old guy on a mal. Hanging out with a bunch of sweaty males on the gains, drinking protein shakes, and lifting heavy objects just doesn’t appeal. Nor, for that matter, does the current trend of paying to go and throw tires repeatedly against a wall and hit rubber things with large hammers – also known as cross-fit.
Bali is blessed with gorgeous beaches, a beautiful landscape and an exotic culture, but the island is still perceived by some as an expensive tourist destination. While it is true that most places require you to dig deep into your pockets, there is plenty to enjoy at no cost in Bali, and that’s good news. […]
We’ve put together seven amazingly thoughtful tips to prevent you from going temporarily crazy while waiting for the waves to return.
The boat trip is the absolute pinnacle of surf travel dreams, but lest your dream trip should become a nightmare, there are some things you need to get right. Here are 5 factors to picking a boat trip, courtesy of the experts at LUEX.