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3 months visa??« on: September 26 2009 08:09:00 »
hi, i´m planning to go to indo the end of next month until the end of jan. is it possible to get a 3 months visa for a german tourist? i read that the rainy season starts in oct.? do u recommend not to travel there in those months or is it really wet? i´m an intermediate surfer and like to know how the waves are usually in those months. ah, and another important question, ho is it to travel as a (blonde) girl by yourself? thanx guys, peace, *meike*
RE: 3 months visa??« Reply #1 on: September 27 2009 05:09:00 »
FOR SURE...AND SINCE YOU GET SOSIAL VISA AND YOU ARE ABLE TO EXTAND IT FOR THREE MONTH.AND EVENT WE CAN DO EXTANDING FOR A MONTH EACH.
RE: 3 months visa??« Reply #2 on: October 01 2009 21:10:00 »
Ill be working over there for a few months if you want send me an email if you like to meet up. Wet season is ok but less waves it doesnt rain all day just more often than dry season.
Get a social visa (211) and it can be extended up to six months.
You need a sponser if not a friend the surf shop that runs g-land
joyos jungle camp can extend it for you.
RE: 3 months visa??« Reply #3 on: October 02 2009 01:10:00 »
hey im sorry to interrupt
next year like in june
wanna go to java for a month
but i have one big question
can i buy a surfboard over there ?
what are the cost ?
and what do i need to look for,
im like 185 in meters and i way 70 kg's training a lot lately so next year i hope itll be like 75 kg
any help ???