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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Por Felipe Matos
Walu Beach in Malolo Island - Has anyone stayed at the Walu Beach Resort, is it suited to surfers?
parrots and drongos - having been in fiji and hearing the gossip on many and varied issues,please take these last comments by a misinformed parrot about matanavusi the owners are very friendly ,and alot of these comments are coming from people who are not qualified to comment the surfers at waindroka mud bay arent missing any wavesand are free to surf everywhere except for one break right near matanavusi and was included in the lease agreement with that resort, its hardley worth surfing anyway even for dope smoking hippy freaks.Just go surfing and forget the local politics there everywhere.
Matanivusi owners trying to steal waves - i know for a fact that the owners of matanivusi have tried several times to exclude Waidroka local residents by instigating the local fijians to become violent and get surfers out of the water by force. This is to the owners of matanivusi - people like you should be banned from runnign surf resorts. these are the exact issues which show us visitors (all foreigners in fiji are after all visitors) in the worst light. to instigate simple fijians by the power of money and for some kind of commercial benefit to violence and acting in such ways is simply BAD!. Whoever reads this - STAY AWAY FROM MATANIVUSI unless you are all for violence in the water and stopping surfers from surfing the beautifull waters and waves for the benfit of commercial interest. you money hungry cloudbreak copycats...
matavinusi - i have not heard about waidroka being banned, havn't had any problem with the waves to the south but i know things are starting to get pretty nasty with the waves to the north including with the residents of waidroka. i think the sonar levu who owns matavinusi is going to cop a hiding in the near future
another cloudbreak! - matavinusi resort has now got exclusive rights to the breaks on the coral coast, so if you are staying at waidroka you can't surf them!!
free - James, both of Sigatoka beach breaks are free access, you only need to pay if your going to the sand dunes resort which is near the river break, its a $3 parking fee, but its worth it and the guy who owns it is a really nice guy. i go there almost weekly and though its not the prettiest beach, its constant, and its one of the warmest beaches i've come across
Boards???? - i'm going to fiji in july 08 and im gonna be surfing hideaway and frigates passage wat boards would i most likely need???
Many good breaks in Fiji... - Try and go to Sigatoka sna ddunes or when the swell is big enough even Natandola beach. These are beach breaks, however the best waves to score will be on the reefs and usually the way out necessitates a boat. Waidroka is not to expensive in comparison and has a varioety of good breaks which you can go to as a visitor and not resort guest...
where to surf without paying - are there any beach breaks etc that can be surfed without paying? i am only visiting for a couple of weeks and plan to do most surfing in aus and bali but was looking for a beach break small wave here? thanks
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