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Never been to Indonesia.. Advice on going surfing without paying a fortune« on: August 01 2014 22:08:00 »
Hi, I want to go to indo but trying to stay for two weeks and get surf. Suggestion? Surf camps? Stay at home? How do I get to the spots? Any suggestion from anyone that has been. Rent boats? Kinda of a lot. Can anyone help out.
it's all pretty cheap in bali« Reply #1 on: August 17 2014 21:08:00 »
No need to worry, just came back, paid about 300 Aus$ per week for accomodation and all meals and drinks included(they put everything you eat/drink on the bungalow where I stayed), scooters with surfboard racks are about 6aus$ per day. they will basically take you over the whole bukit within an hour. I try to steer clear of Kuta for accomodation, not for the price, but because its very busy. but if you want to go to the pub every night you should go for it.