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Bali in September - rent or take board #2989189
07/30/19 03:58 AM
07/30/19 03:58 AM
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aldo1 Offline OP
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Going with my son for 10 days in September. Are the rental boards decent? I am a member with Awayco.
Anyone with experience?

Re: Bali in September - rent or take board [Re: aldo1] #2990405
08/01/19 01:02 PM
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There are so many surf shops in Kuta. I say rent or buy a board (and then sell it back before you leave). Avoid airline fees. Plus, there is a chance your boards wherever you live, aren't suited for Bali waves.

(The board I used the most was between a 6'2" and a 6'6" semi round tail thruster. I'm 5'11")


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