Bali, Indonesia Surf Forecast 11 - 23 October, 2017
Forecast Issued Tuesday, 10 October 2017
A deeply ingrained, primal fear of death by liquid hot magma appears to be working wonders on the crowd situation in Bali. There have been reports filtering through of sparsely populated lineups – world class breaks usually teeming with punters of wide ranging ages and nationalities, suddenly reduced to a handful of lucky souls.
And with Mount Agung’s belly still grumbling away like a toddler with gastro, it’s apparently still only a matter of time before she erupts. With that in mind, there could be no better time to fly into Bali and set up shop for a week or three. The trick might just be a one-way flight, with a contingency plan to evacuate to an island east or west via public ferry when the fine volcanic ash finally rains down.
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