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Topic: Bali in June - questions
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Topic: Bali in June - questions
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Miguel

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Bali in June - questions

Hello People!

I´m traveling to bali in June, staying for 3 weeks, going alone.

I have some questions:

Price of surfboards, anyone has ideas? New or used?

Nice and cheap place to stay?

Anyone is going to be there in June?

Thanks, and good waves.



By:

Mick

RE: Bali in June - questions

Boards not much difference in price to OZ, although there can be bargains to be had on second hand boards.

Cheap out at places like Bingin in losmens/warungs but crowded, was cheap places down poppies 2 down past warung 96 a few years back, but think there all renovated and charge more now?

Legian has lots of good lower mid price options, nice beachies and bit mellower than Kuta but still not to far from party town.

By:

Icha

RE: Bali in June - questions

I don't know about surfboards,

nice and cheap place to stay, you can spend the night in sidoi house in benesari lane.(started from Rp.250.000 t0 below Rp.350.000) for reservation : sidoibali@yahoo.com, but because you want to stay for 3 weeks, maybe you can try to popies lane II, there are a lot of cheap place and you can pay for monthly which is will be cheapear than pay for daily.

this are the site that review about sidoi house.

http://galagalasyalala.blogspot.com/2008_01_01_archive.html

http://bali-bagus.biz/sidoihouse.htm



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