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A couple of weeks ago I posted about visiting the ‘genuine Bali’ – off the beaten tourist track, away from the pulsating night life and shopping, a fascinating paradise of traditional culture and natural wonder. The ‘real Bali’, if you like. An article in the Sydney Morning Herald delves deeper into where and how to … Read More

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On November 15th -16th, representatives from 9 surfing Meccas gathered in Donostia-San Sebastián, Spain to plan a new economic surf network, which will include Ericeira, Portugal, Europe’s surfing capital. In these times of economic crisis, the business aspect of surfing is being looked to as a source of wealth and job creation for the 9 … Read More

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The Brazilian edition of terra.com recently published a list of ’10 destinations with ideal waves’ for those wishing to learn how to surf. Among top surf spots for learning how to surf, they picked Bali. Though it’s known more for it’s professional-level, big wave surfing, Bali is also a great place for beginner surfers. Here … Read More

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Yeah, yeah, so Kelly Slater has his 11th world title in the bag. Did anyone expect otherwise? Ever the honorable gentleman, Slater even notified the judges that his ‘win’ had been announced prematurely. From the San Francisco Chronicle: On Wednesday, a gorgeous San Francisco day, Slater won a Round 3 heat that appeared to mathematically … Read More

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