Moving beyond Monday, wave heights have progressively dropped a foot each day until we are looking at quite a flat Indian ocean right now with only waist high waves on offer out on the exposed reefs.
As is regularly the case at RLZ- when things go flat, we turn our attention to the “Telo Island Backyard Golfing Championships” for some afternoon entertainment and Wednesday afternoon’s tournament didn’t disappoint the gallery.
The south east trade wind flow is seasonally creeping closer to the equator again this week with a regular afternoon sea breeze continues to show up after lunch most days still.
Looking forward for early June- we are starting to see a series of medium sized purple blobs line up across the Indian Ocean. The first will deliver overhead quality waves into the coming weekend with several more major storm events already forming off South Africa meaning the next week or so should be non stop action from Huey in the 4-6ft range here in Telo.
Resort Latitude Zero Guiding Team
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