3rd of October, we are all surfed out after three days of head high waves that Typhoon Nesat gave to us. Typhoon Nalgae is predicted to hit Hainan Island on that same afternoon too.
North-west strong winds and a 4m east swell were pretty good conditions to explore the south-east coast potential.
Jan didn’t wast time and got us together in his car for it…
The four “J” car: Jan, James, Jeremy and Julieta –
Mike, Jack, TZ, Chouge, Chouzhuo, Elena, Xiaojing and Ika also up for the mission –
The usual spots were blown away, big, messy and mostly closing out –
Riyuewan point –
Jeremy and the beachy beach break –
So we decide to check out other spots up to the north:
We did some fun cross country on the way
Didn’t last long though…
The norther spots looked beautiful, empty clean lines everywhere –
But the rocks and the long paddle out distance made us look for a better option.
The river mouth was pretty beachy too and the currents there were very strong –
So we kept on exploring new areas we have never been before, check them out on Part 2…
Photos, translation and text by Julieta Hepner
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