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WHO STROVE WITH GODS

At play in the fields of the Lords. From Left to right, master photographer Hamish Humphreys (Over 30yrs), Master meteorologist “Chongee” (over 40yrs) , Master board builder “Basti” (over 40yrs) and finally Master Surfer Pete Matthews (over 40yrs, and in a timeless Hawaiian layback) celebrate their respective ages in timeless moment of joy. We do not stop playing because we grow old…we grow old, because we stop playing. Photographed by Mick Curley

Old age hath yet his honour and his toil; Death closes all, but something near the end, some work of noble note, may yet be done. Not unbecoming men who strove with Gods.

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Reviews

THE TOM CURREN BAND ROCKS THE CASHEW TREE CLUB AT BINGIN!

3.THE TOM CURREN BAND ROCKS

It wasn’t the fact that the band did not play any of the songs they promised or rehearsed that made it a great night. Nor was it the fact that Tom Curren mostly hid in the shadows and gave stage to the electrifying guitar riffs of Rick Battson. Nor was it the fact that it was the biggest night ever seen at this venue. No, what made it a great night was, well, the vibe.

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JAPANESE WITH A FRESH TWIST

Japanese cuisine, who doesn’t love it? Travel to any major city around the globe and you’ll be sure to find a few outlets to satisfy your craving for the immaculate taste of the orient. But when looking for Japanese food to enjoy whether for lunch or dinner, Ryoshi is a must try. It is the first Japanese restaurant to open in Bali 20 years ago, and takes the top spot in presenting patrons with delectable Japanese cuisines that comes with a fresh new twist. Ask anybody you meet while you’re in Bali; mention “Japanese cuisine” or “Japanese restaurant” and the name Ryoshi will automatically pop up.

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Editorial

THE BIG WAVE ISSUE

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At no time is surfing heroism more evident than when monster swells pound our shores. And they recently did. Take another look at the cover of this magazine. Despite the griping about what the “Millennium swell” really delivered, and while the whole world seemed to be playing at Padang Padang, the biggest Indonesian wave ever paddled into happened over on Nias.

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