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  • Pt lonsdale has been omitted yet it has some of the finest wave the area has to offer , glenuse at the end of glenuse rd insane left albeit short but intense barrel inside glenuse similar jackier takeoff longer wave less barrel and but but still A class plus the banks up the beach less crowded than 13 th but better

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  • Hi there,Been there in 2005, there was no resorts at the time, apart from one (very basic).Had enoguh of commercial places, got motorbikes and went down there. IT WAS ONE OF THE BEST PLACES I HAVE BEEN IN. It was backpacking trip, we were living with locals in beach house with no electric etc, for a35 per week (2people) including breakfasts. Hot spot for surfers, and scorpion sting me in the head. Great time.

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  • First surfed Kuta Beach as a beginner surfer, on an 8ft day. What a thrill it was catching the 3ft whitewater that was faster than a speeding bullet! After a play in the (surprisingly blue) waters of Kuta Beach, one must appropriate a deck chair and have Ketut provide a full body massage while the sea breeze blows and the surf crashes nearby. Locals and tourists sit together next to iceboxes and chew the fat over a Bintang or two. Kuta itself might not be popular with many of the more discerning travellers that grace Bali’s shores, but Kuta Beach remains one of the quintissential experiences of a Bali holiday for me.

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