Hello from Bali, where every day looks the same and isn’t too blog worthy (you know what happens here by now anyways). Been surfing, eating, partying, the usual schedule. Right now we are staying at my good friends at Xtravel‘s beautiful surf camp, Surf Lodge Limasan. More from this little oasis will come soon!
In the mean time, here’s the third and final installment of mine and Sofia’s Australia roadtrip! Towards the end of the trip we camped out at the coast for a few days where I finally had the chance to get some surf. I’ve always wanted to surf Australia, especially after reading about all the famous pointbreaks up the northwest coast. We stayed at the absolutely stunning Red Bluff, literally in the middle of nowhere, far from wifi, cell service and even the most basic amenities. Alone with a campfire, beers, and the marine wildlife including turtles, sharks and humpback whales, it felt like time stood still. I have to go back here soon, easily one of the most beautiful corners of the earth I have visited so far!
Can’t really think of a better setup than this; you pull up at the beach far out in the middle of nowhere, and a perfect lefthander is reeling down the point, with very few people on it.
The view from our camping spot. I could get used to waking up to this.
There’s a story behind every sign. Supposedly, really big waves come out of nowhere here sometimes, and one time one cleaned up an entire parking lot of cars and people. Better not park too close to the water.
Pretty crazy sharing the line-up with some of nature’s biggest creatures. Humpback whales playing outside the surf.
The surf itself was pretty all-time during our 4 days at Red Bluff. Fun sized lefts, pumping all day, and always an offshore wind.
A little cover-up in the afternoon sun.
Pretty beautiful spot for a hairwash!
The Blowhole close to Quobba station.
The sky we slept under, every single night.
That’s it for the West Australia trip! Next post will be about our second home, Bali!