Thursday, July 29, 2010

East Java - Part IV

I was pretty glad that my friend Mark let me borrow his surf booties for my Indonesia mission; I didn't think I would end up using them since I hadn't worn booties in at least five years (no, not even winter booties during those cold months on California's central coast). Plengkung is definitely a place where booties are useful since entering and exiting the water at low tide requires at least a hundred yard walk on dry coral littered with urchins. The impact zone isn't very deep either, so there is definitely a certain degree of confidence gained when surfing larger waves.

1 comment:

  1. way to get that 'stach in the pocket; what a loc.

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