8th June 2014
Hi folks and thanks for calling by the baliwaves.com (the real baliwaves since 1999) for our Sunday Session on surfing and weather conditions from here on the always in season tropical surfing holiday island of Bali.
This morning we were up early before sun rise so I didn’t get the chance to do a surf recon on the Outer Reefs of Tuba. Nope, instead we bee lined it down to Balangan here on Bali’s West side. The wind was already up and gusting outta the ESE at 10-14knot and the tide just where we wanted it, running out. Our first view from the top of the hill got everyone stoked, to see head to well over head high waves peeling off pretty well perfectly. Crowd wise the numbers couldn’t have been any better either with only 8 other surfers in the water. We hung out till the bottom of the low tide and notched up a couple of good sessions in the water.
Weather wise there was a fair bit of cloud about early but gradually getting blown away by mid to late morning. Right now at 5.45PM the sky is clear to the South and the wind still gusty out of the SE.
Ok friends we hope you Sunday was just as good as ours (getting close to Bintang time right now), if not get down to your travel agent and grab a ticket to Bali and lose the winter blues.
Yeah I’ve still got those G-land photos from Joyo’s G-Land Surf Camp to load up for ya’s plus I’ve been sent more sick sick photos from the biggest swell of the season that just hit the Mentawai islands. So you had better stay tuned to the baliwaves, right.
Changing dollars to Rupiah on the Bukit today, — 1AU$=Rp10,955 — 1US$=Rp11,700 —
I know a guy that wants to sell 25% share of a resort in the Mentawai Islands, directly in front of Lances Left. You can see what the deal is at: http://www.surfersjournal.com/surf_property/kingfisher
Business / Bali lifestyle opportunity available; furnished 14 room / bungalow hotel with restaurant over looking one of Bali’s very popular all year round surfing locations. 1-30yr contract available, help with all paper work. Contact me only if your seriously interested. AU$16,000. per year (minimum 5 years Nego) with 12 months advertising space on baliwaves.com included !
This hotel would make a perfect Surf Camp.
Special Bali ACCOMMODATION / SURFING DEAL: AIR CONDITIONED ROOM including BREAKFAST, un limited mineral water + DAILY SURF TRIPS all around Bali for Rp650,000 (around US$60.00) per day per person INCLUDING ALL YOUR SURFING PHOTOS, THAT WE SHOOT AT EACH LOCATION !!! This is single surfer price, cheaper for 2 or more surfers at Rp550,000 (around US$50.00) per surfer per day.
BRING YOUR (non surfing) GIRLFRIEND or WIFE and she can stay for FREE
FAN COOLED ROOM FOR JUST Rp125,000 (around US$11.00) a night (single occupant) breakfast NOT included.
AIR CONDITIONED ROOM WITH BREAKFAST for only Rp 225,000. (around US$20.00) a night (single occupant). Also included un limited mineral drinking water, tea or coffee. Limited space so get in first and contact us right now !
GET PICKED UP FROM YOUR HOTEL and SURF, you’ll be taken to the best waves on the island to suit your level, see some of Bali’s surf breaks that aren’t on the map, avoid crowds and be at the right place at the right time. And we’ll also shoot all your surfing photos (included in price) with high end camera equipment. 2 or more surfers = Rp450,000 around US$42.00 per surfer. Contact us right now ! Minimum 2 surfers needed.
You’ll also find baliwaves on Facebook, twitter (balisurfreport or baliwaves) & instagram (@baliwaves) so get on it !
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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