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Why you should change your plans if needed

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Hello again,

after Borobudur we wanted to move to Red Island (East Java). There are a few surf spots and also the famous G-Land. We thought that this could be a nice place because it is surrounded by a national park and includes a lot of wild animals, snorkeling spots and nature. But, sometimes Java also brings changes. We would needed at least 15 hours by train to go their and we could not find so many great recommandations of other surfers. On the other hand, we started to miss the easy-life of Batukaras. On the last day of Borobudur, Stefan checked the swell for the next weeks...and it was clear, that we will move back to our little surfer-village and friends. Our welcome-back-party was so sweet and everyone was totally happy to see us again. And we knew immediately that this was the right decision. Deni, the owner of Lagooon Beach Bungalows, was very nice and organised our transport back as well as our bungalow for the first week. Stefan brought some high-class fishing equipment with him and Deni connected us with some fishermen of the village to do a trip on the sea. It was very nice to see the coastline from more far away and we had a funny time with the fishermen even we did not speak the same language.

And for all surfers here worldwide: tomorrow we will post some images from the waves!

Love,
The Soulfeeders

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Posted by The Soulfeeders 01:51 Archived in Indonesia Tagged sea fish fishing boat beach indonesia java fishermen batukaras

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