The Olympic Dream I Gusti Made Oka Sulaksana, from Sanur, Bali, was recently awarded Indonesia’s Top Male Athlete of the Year. He has successfully competed in various local and international windsurfing events for well over a decade, and now stands right on the verge of fulfilling his greatest dream: winning gold at the Sydney 2000 Olympics. By Jero Kartini.
Bureaucrats of the Break My finger was drawing dangerously close to the end of the page-long list of names and phone numbers, and my patience was beginning to fail. Had I heeded the first three responses to my request for interviews, I would have ditched this story idea there and then.
Surf and Linggo Man Peter Neely’s Indo Surf and Lingo was first published in 1992. Seven years and twenty reprints later, the self-published guide has become widely recognised as the Indo Surfer’s Bible. And deservedly so.
Gromet Girl The nineties is the decade in which womens surfing has come into its own. First, there was the arrival of Floridian Lisa Anderson, the first woman to win four world titles in a row. In the late eighties, Anderson started out on the tour as a fickle teenager who, according to surf journo Jodi Young "would either crumble away like a cookie on contact with water or swell into a competitive giant that would kick your butt back to shore", and by 1994 had clinched her first world title.
Bali-Sumbawa Surfari As Bali’s breaks become increasingly overpopulated, surf trips by boat to other islands are ever-more sought after. Veteran surf photographer Peter Crawford boarded one vessel bound for Sumbawa.
Whats up grabs at G-Land Bill Boyum was several hundred feet above the ground when he discovered it. In 1973, on his way from Bali to Surabaya, he decided to take a peep out the window of the light aircraft in which he was travelling right at the moment it was passing over break so perfect that it would just as aptly be named SFW (Surfers’ Wet Dream) as G–Land.
Rizal in all his glorious goofiness Rizal. Ree-zul. Do not be mistaken. This duo-syllabic crescendo-descendo is not the textual translation of the sound of a racing vehicle whizzing by at top speed. It is just somebody introducing himself. That somebody is Rizal Tanjung.
Legian Legend When Luke Egan won the G-Land Pro last year, he was asked by to contribute his signed surf board to the collection that hangs from the ceiling of Kutas All Stars Surf Cafe. Egan granted the request, on one condition. His board was to be placed right next to that of a certain Balinese surf legend. When the crew of Endless Summer II - the surf classic that features in-action footage and interviews with top surfers in countries the world over - came to shoot the Indonesian section of the film, it was this same surf legend they chose to profile.
Balinese Surfing Bump into Gde Narmada and hes sure to be surfing, on his way to see how the waves are or taking his young son down to kuta beach to teach him a few things about surfing and always with a look of contentment or delight on his face, his enthusiasm for surfing obvious an infectious.
Bali Kite Surfing Welcome to Bali Kite Surf! We are a brand new branch of Exo-Flys famous paragliding school in Bali and we are dedicated to bring you the same excitement on the sea as our paragliding division does in the air with the same high level of safety and experience.
Surfer Girl Welcome to Surfer Girl, the best all girls surf shop in the world!
One Palm Surf Camp Panaitan Located off the southern tip of the island of Java, where the vast expanse of the Indian Ocean and the equatorial waters of the Sunda Straits merge, lies one of the surfing world true un-spoilt paradise, Panaitan Island.
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Jungle Surf "With its roots in the personal experience of and commitment to surfing of its founder,`` Balinese surfing legend Ketut Kasih (nicknamed King Kong), and sustained by Ketut's`` insistence on quality and innovation in production, sales and customer service, Jungle Surf`` is a model of surf shop excellence in the global surf lifestyle market of today and a leader`` in the ongoing development of the surf industry in Bali."
Puri Manik Cottages is located at Hanoman Street, Padang tegal, Ubud on 300 meter square of land close to Central Ubud and Monkey Forest is on easy walking distance. Puri Manik Cottages is right in the middle of various tourism facilities such as restaurants, boutiques, art shop and community center and can be easily accesed from Airport, Denpasar and all corners of Ubud, a strategic premium location in the midst of Ubud's tourism activities.
Puri Manik Cottages features two-storied Balinese houses and cottage style houses that are completely walled in and it also has restaurant, bar, swimming pool, gallery and art shop.
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