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Sibaranun Island Produces

As we wind up the end of this trip and reflect back on the sessions we have shared over the past ten days, the first thoughts that come to my mind is just how lucky we were in regard to wave quality. We have shared some unreal solo sessions, particularly out the front of the lodge, trading waves with only our guests for a few days truly was something special.

We managed to cruise around and surf a few different breaks although most of the surfing was done on our island alone. When you have a perfect right peeling down the reef directly in front of the lodge, it is pretty hard to drive away from. Max’s Left on the other side of our island was also a crowd pleaser which meant there was no real need to go anywhere else.

The swell is predicted to drop over the next few days, but I doubt it will be long before the next swell arrives, and our next guests will be enjoying what the Telo Islands have become renowned for – waves, waves and more waves.

Words by Benjamin Conn – [email protected]

 The Crew.

The Crew.

 Daniel on a beautiful looking wave out the front.

Daniel on a beautiful looking wave out the front.

 Erik enjoying himself on possibly the best session of the trip.

Erik enjoying himself on possibly the best session of the trip.

 Hugo making it rain!

Hugo making it rain!

 Joe racing down the line.

Joe racing down the line.

 Yannick, loving Max’s Left.

Yannick, loving Max’s Left.

 Marc peeking at the section.

Marc peeking at the section.

 And Marc again, drawing nice lines at the left.

And Marc again, drawing nice lines at the left.

 There was only these two out this day, needless to say this one went through unridden.

There was only these two out this day, needless to say this one went through unridden.

 Erik carving in the pocket.

Erik carving in the pocket.

 Standard Telo sunset.

Standard Telo sunset.

 Yannick cruising at his new favourite wave!

Yannick cruising at his new favourite wave!