New Moon in G-Land is a surf story about surfing in G-Land. Written by Monty Webber, the scene is a solitary stroll after dark, down to the reef in front of the surf camp, where the narrator reflects on the numerous approaches to surfing G-Land and how these can be viewed in the context of spiritual and social forces.
"A new moon cuts a small hole in the dark sky and thousands of stars are sprinkled like a blanket of intergalactic dust. Standing on the tip of Java, you're on the edge of the world. Time and space seem illusions. Everything is perfect, the air temperature, the silence, even the bat that passes slowly in front of the moon."