Monthly Archives: June 2012

Day Dreaming

The swells have been few and far apart this season for the most part. The crazy thing about this wonder land is even on the flattest of days you know there is an empty line up with fun waves rolling through waiting to be danced upon.
The lack of waves has driven us to be a bit more creative with our days an searching is what we did. Trying to find that little magical session with just you and your friends. Only a surfer will know the feeling of seeing your mate spat out of a barrel or stomping a massive turn in front of you. It’s indescribable, add the fact that you’s are the only one’s in the water for miles priceless.
These are the days you dream of. I tell you know, these days still exist in bali if you try a little.
We did.

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Marco Polo

Marco Giorgi has arrived in Bali, back from an injury and with a fresh 10 board quiver ready to slay some demon slabs in these indonesian waters.
These are the first few days hanging out in Canggu with Marco Giorgi, Alex chacon and Loic wirth before they embarked on their adventure down south to some less populated lands.

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Marco Giorgi

Marco Giorgi has arrived in Bali, back from an injury and with a fresh 10 board quiver ready to slay some demon slabs in these indonesian waters.
The rains have come and gone, but not without flushing the odd nappy and
tampax pad down the river and out into the perfect empty line up along with the hundreds of plastic bags and wrapper’s. It’s sad to see such a beautiful place littered with garbage around every corner, in every set on every beach.
When will people become conscious and help clean this beautiful place.
We can all make a difference, just by picking up one pice of rubbish we may influence another person to do so and so on and so forth, till the whole place is clean and the local people and government become aware and conscious to trying to sustain a cleaner environment for everyone to enjoy.
Tourism is Bali’s life and blood, this place is fast becoming a rubbish dump.
It’ appears, it is up to us to make the first move towards a cleaner Bali so generations to come will get the chance to experience this paradise.

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