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20
October

5 Ways to improve your surfing #1

Improving your surfing can sometimes be a real struggle, you can feel like you’re not making any progression, or you can’t stick any manoeuvres. Well, we’ve made a list for you to improve your surfing. Go surfing more Yep the most obvious and simple way to improve the more you surf the better you will … Continue reading 5 Ways to improve your surfing #1


20
October

Bali Beach Run 2017

Bali Beach Run is Indonesia’s first run of its kind. Set on Bali’s stunning Kuta Beach, runners enjoy magnificent views and insights into wonderful Bali. In 2013 the event saw more than 1,500 runners taking part. It has since become a highly-anticipated event among local and international runners alike with 2,000 participants in 2015. This … Continue reading Bali Beach Run 2017



11
October

Bali – Nusa Dua Fiesta 2017

Nusa Dua Fiesta 2017 brings back the fun and colourful week of arts exhibitions, cultural performances and sporting events to its namesake luxury beach resort area on Bali’s southeast coast. First held in 1996 as Nusa Dua Festival and becoming a fiesta in its ninth year, it welcomes the general public to this otherwise exclusive … Continue reading Bali – Nusa Dua Fiesta 2017


11
October

Galungan & Kuningan Festival in Bali

Galungan is the most important feast for Balinese Hindus. Celebrate the victory of good over evil while honoring the creator of the universe and the spirits of ancestors. Synchronized with the Saka and Wuku calendars, Galungan occurs once in the 210-day cycle of the Balinese calendar, and marks the time of the year when the … Continue reading Galungan & Kuningan Festival in Bali


4
October

Donation for the refugees of Mt. Agung

Evacuees continue to stream into camps as the Agung Volcano Observatory reported an “unprecedented” level of seismic activity and warned of an increased probability of eruption. [1] All these people are living in bad conditions and our staff couldn’t sit on the sideline and watch. What are the best supplies to donate? Water gallons, rice, … Continue reading Donation for the refugees of Mt. Agung


2
October

Mount Agung-Bali update

A radius of nine kilometres and 12 kilometres around the mountain was considered dangerous but the resort island was otherwise safe. Mount Agung in Bali is experiencing unprecedented levels of seismic activity and could erupt in a “matter of hours” if tremors continue, Indonesia’s volcanology centre has said. More than 75,000 people have been evacuated … Continue reading Mount Agung-Bali update



28
September

6 Surf Tips for beginner surfers

Don’t learn by yourself No matter how easy you think surfing is, never learn surfing by yourself. By learning yourself you could put yourself in dangerous situations or you could do important techniques the wrong way. Get a good surf school to learn how to surf! Get yourself a soft-top If you begin to surf, … Continue reading 6 Surf Tips for beginner surfers


26
September

Surf awards

Since 2003, The Surftime Awards (brought to us by Surftime Magazine) has famously celebrated the very best of surfing culture in Bali and Indonesia. Now, in its 14th year, the Surftime Awards 2017 returned for another hugely anticipated party to honour the country’s best in surf. There are awards that honor everyone from the year’s … Continue reading Surf awards