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Old May 12th 2017, 3:16 am   #16
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Thanks for the info mrandmrsh. Will look into it. Flying to KL in a couple of hours and 5 days later we'll be in Sanur! We didn't enjoy the food at the "Little Bird" but have always had great meals at both Beach Breeze and Coconut Tree. Mouth is watering just thinking about it :-)
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Old May 12th 2017, 4:28 am   #17
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Fenella...you might want to look at Emerald villas near to Aleesha villas but much closer to the Hyatt beach and Jl Tamblingan...just a short walk.
A Canuck friend has 2 villas there which he rents privately without the commission that most other renters have to pay the management. They are both 2 bed/2 bath and have private pools. One is a 2 level while the other is a bigger single level. I believe he rents them also as 1 bed/1bath and closes off the 2nd bedroom.
If interested I could PM his email and whatsapp.
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That would be great Davita. We've initially booked into Taksu Hotel for 3 nights so could walk round and take a look. Thanks!
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you might want to look at Emerald villas near to Aleesha villas but much closer to the Hyatt beach and Jl Tamblingan...just a short walk.
We went past Emerald villas several times on the bike. We both thought it looked like a nice place.....and in a really good location
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Thanks Davita and mrandmrsh, we will certainly take a look. Only 3 days to go! :-)
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