I met this Swiss guy travelling in Nepal who had recently been to Bali. Bali was the destination I longed to go to throughout my entire time at University. I saw it as a place to head onto for my next Asian Adventure, somewhere where I can surf continuously for a month and fall head … More Surfers Paradise in Ulu Watu
Mirissa’s main beach is located in a moon shaped arc, cut away from the other beaches surrounding it that are less pleasant and much quieter. The sand is soft to touch and as the waves repeatedly smash the surf, you can see why many people surf here, choosing a secluded crescent of natural beauty with … More Whale Watching in Mirissa
Arugam Bay is on the East Coast of Sri Lanka which means there are a different kind of travellers that visit here, compared to the overdeveloped and manic West Coast. Here, those who are aching to surf come, as Arugam Bay offers a number of good breaks for novices and more experienced surfers, as well … More Getting Sunburnt in Arugam Bay
Byron Bay is known as the surfing capital of Australia- the land of surf, which means essentially, Byron Bay is at the forefront of the surfing community. Here, endless breaks pile on the calm beaches of Byron Bay, and unlike Bondi Beach, it doesn’t matter how well your surf, or what waves you conquer, but … More Surfing in Byron Bay
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