20th – 21st October 2012
Hello everyone and welcome back to your baliwaves.com for our Sunday Session on surfing and weather conditions from the always in season tropical surfing holiday destination of BALI.
Yesterday the 20th and there was still plenty of small but fun sized waves happening here along Bali’s West Coast. Clean off shore wind coming out of the ESE and waves ranging in the waist to over head class between Kuta and Uluwatu. Sorry but Ketut and I had plenty of catch up home and yard work to finish off.
This morning how ever my 7.00AM surf check on the Outer Reefs of Tuban was still showing wave height in the 2-4ft range (waist to over head) between Kuta Reef and Airport left. The tide was once again to low to surf KR or AL but Middle Reef was picking up some good sized 3-4 footers with only around 10 surfers in the line up. Surfing conditions were clean and glassy with the wind light on shore out of the NW at 2-4knot.
I packed off Ketut with the camera equipment early this morning around the 6.30AM mark to head south down to Bali’s premier surfing location of Uluwatu to catch the morning light and the low tide on the Racetrack. He should be turning up back here at home any tick of the tock and we’ll see what he’s got and get some new photos loaded up for you ASAP.
The next tide today here in Bali is going to be a 1.8mtr High at 2.15PM
Weather wise we got off to real nice start this morning with a clear blue sky and shaping up for a top day at the beach. But now at 9.30AM there is more cloud starting to fill in. Temperature wise the mercury is still a warm 29C, humidity level at 69% and wind is now more WNW at 4-5knot.
Me and Davey have already got our afternoon planned out, we will be hooking up with our old surfboard shaper, surfer extrodinair, early days Indonesia Adventurer (my old sponsor, surf guru) Peter McCabe who has slipped into Bali under the radar. The undisclosed venue has been set and I reckon the laughter will be heard around the World.
Ok Ketut has just turned up so we’ll get ya’s all a new photo gallery on line in the next hour or so. So stay stoked and keep it real right here on the original Bali surf report since 1999
This mornings G-land Surf Report live from the G-Land Surf Camp reads as thus “4 fett the off bigger one on Kongs. Money Tree’s will be the place on the tide if the off shore wind kicks in. Right now at 8.00AM there are 2 surfers getting some hollow one’s on the Ledge”
Contact us if you want to get over there for the end of season session and we’ll sling you a solid 15% discount off any advertised camp package.
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For any of you that just want nothing more than a hassle free, get up and go surf perfect waves every morning (pending Huey), see and do what the hotel / resort sect don’t. Well we have some new surfing / accommodation packages that will have you at the right location at the right time everyday. All deals include your own photographer at no extra cost. Hit this info link to find out more. Limited space, so get in early or you’ll be doing it the hard way.
We also have a few “Home Stay” type rooms available for any of our viewers looking for some clean and tidy accommodation here in Tuban. all rooms are air conditioned, including breakfast for Rp225,000 per night, or Rp300,000 for couples. Surfers need to apply, party animals head for Kuta.
Located just a short walk down to the beach right in front of Kuta Reef, Middle Reef & Airport Left & Right.
Feel free to contact us via email about your next trip to Bali and we might just be able to help make it run a little smoother for you.
Best Regards from Bali
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