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.
You may have noticed, everyone is a tough guy these days, even irie surf cats! The days of peace-loving, dharma quoting hippies are largely over.
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.
In other words, there’s zero room for error here
The beauty of being a surfer in 2017 is the myriad of ways of being obnoxious. It’s like there are just so many options open to us these days, so many reasons — and methods — to be an asshole. Prime among them, is the time-honoured tradition of being a local. Everyone, everywhere in the world is a local somewhere, pretty much. But ask yourself, are you being local enough? Are you letting enough people know?
As is the case with all languages, Bahasa Indonesia is full of expressions that invariably get lost in translation. Here are wowshack.com give us 19 tips which will have anyone mastering colloquial Indonesian expressions in no time.
You see them at the beach all tanned and gorgeous; their toned arms carrying boards as the breeze blows at their rough sun-bleached surfer hair. Their lean athletic bodies look so sexy, natural, and daring, especially when you see them ripping at the waves and bravely charging sets and barrels.
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.
Summer is upon us. And with it comes the serious threat of shark attack. Learn everything you need to know about how to fight a shark! If you rely on the information portrayed in this video, you do so at your own risk and you assume the responsibility for the results.
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.