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Oct
01

jimmy's


Late season is still producing the goods. This shot is from 2 days ago. We're open through Oct and the price is US$55/person for the few spots left. Then it's time to close up for the offseason and gear up for next year, reopening March 2019.

Have you been here before? Are you dying to come back? Good news. I'll hook you up. It's only US$50/person for everyone in your crew (for repeat guests only, but bring as many friends as you want)... So tag your friends. Tell your friends. Bring your friends. For those of you who haven't been here yet, but are similarly dying to come, you can book in your 2019 spot for the 2018 price of US$65/person before the price goes up to US$70 on 1 Jan 2019. A 30% ...


Dec
08

Never Ending Captivation


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Sep
02

Something For Everyone


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Variety is something you look for on a surf trip, especially a surf trip to indonesia. “The whole package” as they say. The surf in South Sumatra is that package. Krui Left is 5 minutes from Amy’s place, and is a wave that is suited to everyone because of its mechanical perfection. It’s a rampy, fun wave with a barrel section and is offshore when the trades blow (May-October). It’s best at mid tide, however can work on all tides, depending on the swell. While you’re sitting out at Krui Left, you can watch 2 more waves break that are within paddling distance. One is another left, that’s as mechanical and virtually guarantees a barrel. It’s fas...


Aug
22

Krui, A Whole New Experience


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The thriving metropolis (wink, wink) that is known as Krui, lies in South Sumatra. Like most places, Krui is progressing little by little. There’s a post office, but not a hospital. There are quicky-mart type stores, but not a grocery store. We’re off the beaten path, but not completely left behind. Krui is where you can come on your surf trip and experience ‘real Indonesia’, without leaving every basic necessity behind.


The local people are not tourist oriented, like Bali. They’ve been exposed to tourists for some time now, but are not dependent on the tourist dollar, so you get to see them living life, without Western influence. You’ll see ox-drawn cart...


Jul
29

Living The Dream



from my very first surf trip, i pondered the thought of having my own little surf camp, in my own little piece of paradise. i think anyone who’s been on vacation anywhere, for any reason, has pondered the same. my dream came true in a little town called Krui, in south sumatra, Indonesia.


wow, that’d be amazing to live my life on a perpetual surf trip, and people pay me to stay there, because they’ve felt inspired to make new memories and get good waves.


all those little slices of heaven that you visit in your dreams, where life moves at a slower pace, the people are always smiling, and all you have to do is enjoy it.


yes, please, sign me up

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the 3 years prior to becoming ...


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