Eat & Drink
Eat & Drink
A Love of Darkness
Nov 28, 2014
In the 1930's Byron Bay used to export sand because there's plenty of that stuff right? Thankfully that stopped but not before the town...
Kings of the Sea
Oct 1, 2014
After falling in love Whales, these beautiful creatures that pass by our shores every Winter, I felt like I just had to get to know...
DOUBLE BARREL: THE PERUVIAN CONNECTION
Jun 19, 2014
Surfing, travel and ecology go hand in hand in hand. Just as surfers yearn for new, uncrowned waves in distant and exotic lands, so...
MALIA ROUILLON: SIRENS WILL SAVE US ALL
May 30, 2014
Let’s face it - you’ve got more chance of finding a leprechaun riding a unicorn while munching a four-leaf clover sandwich than hearing the...
LAST PARADISE: GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
May 27, 2014
Surfing is made by its folklore. It's deep and diverse history nourish the pastime's appeal, creating far more than just another sport; it has...
Apr 7, 2014
Byron Bay's Soli Bailey is building himself quite the name in the surfing world. In this video made by local filmmaker Kaius Potter, captured...
HIDDEN VALLEY: FROM THE SUBLIME TO THE LUXURIOUS
Apr 2, 2014
Back in 1971, Rusty Miller and Steve Cooney came to Uluwatu. Not a single surfer had seen the break before them and barely a...
BALI SPIRIT FESTIVAL: A GREATER PURPOSE
Mar 31, 2014
As I have recently written, Bali, in the sense of a picture-postcard, tropical paradise, has had its time. Murky waters, trash like confetti on...
BALI: THE TROPICAL PARADOX
Mar 28, 2014
As I write this, I am surrounded by palm fronds and broad, green banana leaves. I sit at a rough hewn timber table, a...
TRANSPARENTSEA: A VOYAGE OF NECESSITY
Mar 21, 2014
We all have our journeys. Sometimes that journey takes us through our years, the simple ebbs and flows of conventional life. At other times,...
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