Fijian word of the day... "Vale ni Kana"... directly translated, House of eating or Restaurant. Well the crew @ Vale ni Kana's today braved the 20 to 25 knot offshores in search for a couple emerald green gems. The line up saw spurts of heavy crowds and a pesky high tide rip sent the pack WAY up the top leaving the wise to pick off the mid range jewels. The outside was shallow, the midsection clean and the inside a complete speed bump night mare! Those who picked off the right ones were stoked to find such perfection amidst legit victory at sea conditions. Have a look at some of our favorites from today.
Che Slatter owning it on this lowtide drainer...
One of a bunch of Kiwi boys killing it!
Aca doing what he does...pigdog!
Tavarua guests loving Goofy life in Fiji...
(The rest of the shots can be found by clicking daily surf photos above.)
Above ( Captain Ratu Aca Ravulo)
(blog photos Stu Johnson)
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