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A tribute to Batukaras

Why we are sad to say Goodbye to Batukaras

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Hey Ho!

Today is our last day in Batukaras, which is sad because we will miss the people, the vibe and the beach here. It is also Stefan's birthday today and the waves couldn't be better. He is surfing all day long enjoying the last waves before we will move to Central Java. Tonight we will celebrate his birthday and also our farewell. After two weeks here, it almost feels a bit like home and I am quite sure, that we will be back someday. If Batukaras does not expand too much, it could stay a hotspot for the perfect surfer-vibe with personality and friendliness. You should visit Batukaras if you are not disappointed if the waves are sometimes not that good as you expect, but you search for a relaxed feeling, lovely people and a very friendly line up! Even with the SUP Board, we did not have stress with someone. If you respect the rules, you are more than welcome!

I wanted to shoot Stefan today, so I was the whole time at the beach and took some pictures. As soon as Stefan sorted it out, we will post some of the pictures that shows him on the board. But at least you can find some images of the vibe at the beach of Batukaras. I am sure everybody would be more happy, if we spend more time at the beach. Now we will get ready for the party... I hope everything works out well, not so easy to organise things in Indonesia ;)

Love,
The Soulfeeders

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Posted by The Soulfeeders 03:08 Archived in Indonesia Tagged beach java surfing batukaras

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