Nyang Nyang

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Pronounced N-Young N-Young. Always has swell, but usually too big to surf safely. Normally only visited when everywhere else goes flat as it is difficult to get down the dangerous goat track that winds down the cliff face. 

Arrive early to get it glassy before any wind picks up.
A thick right reef break with a sometimes left on the opposite side of an extremely treacherous channel with some weird currents.

Take plenty of drinking water and be careful you don’t slip down the cliff. Save enough energy for the climb back up. It feels twice as far coming back up as going down.

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Money

Indonesia’s monetary unit is the RUPIAH (Roo-pee-ah) symbolised as “Rp”. Like Dollars, rupiah are  written “Rp 1,000” but said “1,000 Rupiah”. Some tourists refer to “Rupes” when speaking English, but when speaking Indonesian you should only say “Rupiah”. Recently one Australian Dollar was worth just over Rp 10,000. The rate fluctuates daily so only change enough for a few days.

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