Bali surfer's death: Tributes paid to Cameron Munro

Kuta Beach, Bali Image copyright Google
Image caption Bali is a popular destination for both surfers and holidaymakers

A British surfing instructor has drowned while on holiday on the Indonesian island of Bali.

Cameron Munro, 21, of Patcham, Brighton, East Sussex, died on Saturday but the circumstances are unknown.

Tributes have been paid by members of the surfing community to Mr Munro, who had been working in the Algarve in Portugal.

The Foreign Office said it was providing support to the family of a British national.

The Algarve Surf School and Camp posted on its Facebook page: "It's with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to a colleague, friend, brother and all round great person Cameron Munro.

"Over the past three years he has been an absolute pleasure to work with and get to know. He is going to be a hole missing in our surf camp family."

A representative of Brighton-based Pure Spirit Surf School posted: "This weekend has been the saddest time of my life, I have lost a son a friend and a warrior.

"Cam one of the best people you could ever meet humble, mellow, talented and fun, you touched people all over the world with your mellow soul."

In statement, the Foreign Office said: "We are providing support to the family of a British national following their death in Bali on 19 March.

"Our thoughts are with them at this difficult time."

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