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Fireballs on the Equator

We’ve had everything you could imagine here at Telo Island Lodge over the past ten days — lefts, rights, fishing expeditions, Bintangs and exploring new islands. I have to say this trip will be one that no guest leaving will forget anytime soon. Fishing will never be the same again!

The surf was really going off over the first five days of the trip with perfect 3-4 feet of southwest swell. Max’s Left was doing its mechanical best day in day out, and Max’s Right had a few days of perfection in between. The Bubble has had a few stand out moments towards the end along with a few of our little quite go-to spots we like to keep quiet about.

As today is the last day of Trip 26, we are starting to see a nice new swell roll in. It’s hard packing up surf boards when you slowly see waves rolling and growing down Max’s Right. I’m sure our new guests will be stoked later on today when they arrive, tomorrow is looking like a very good day to be in the Telos!

Izaak van Druten – [email protected]

 Clint pulling into another tube. Clint pulling into another tube.  Oonga flying down the line again. Oonga flying down the line again.  JK and Oonga sharing a moment. JK and Oonga sharing a moment.  Clint again! Clint again!  JK loving The Bubble. JK loving The Bubble.  Ado hacking away in the pocket. Ado hacking away in the pocket.  Oonga mangrove surfing. Oonga mangrove surfing.  Turtle at The Bubble. Turtle at The Bubble.  Bobby patrolling the lineup. Bobby patrolling the lineup.  Jace at Max's Right. Jace at Max’s Right.  Rob on big red. Rob on big red.  Ado with another wall to play with. Ado with another wall to play with.