25th December 2012
Hello surfers and Merry Christmas to you all and thanks for dropping by your baliwaves.com (Bringing Bali to you since 1999) for your daily dose of surfing and weather condirions from here on the only place worthy of spending your hard earned tropical surfing holiday dollars, BALI.
Well I tell ya’s I tried my best to sneak outta bed without waking up my kids this morning but no chance. They kinda slept walked to the Chrissy Tree and then it was wrapping paper carnage for the next 10 mins. Do you remember doing that, I hope so.
The day dawned a Bali classic this morning with a full blue sky and a light North Easterly wind with the tide still rising. Eventually I got my crew together, coffee and brekfast and we headed up the West Coast of Bali to see what was happening surf wise at Canggu. As it shows in today’s photo gallery we hit the nail on the head for clean semi perfect waves in the chest to well over head range. Not to mention and light off shore wind that held true through until around 9.45AM turning more to the W-WSW.
That’s about it for me today so we do hope you have all been having a great day and tune in again tomorrow cause the surf in Bali just does not stop.
Changing dollars to Rupiah on the streets of Kuta; check photo No.52
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