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... evidently sympathising with our efforts in the baking heat,lent out the window as he crawled past, offering us a couple of bottles of mineral water! This was just the start of several random acts of kindness that day that are making us really fall in love with this place. Eventually the gradient started to ease, and after a quick pit stop at a cafe, we were back in the saddle and pedalling hard for the top of the first mountain. Just before the summit we ...
... to get on the correct road out of Tangerang. The volume of noise from the traffic was incredible, and the road was choked with dust and fumes. Surgical masks, which are readily available for sale in the shops here, have now formed part of our standard wear in urban environs. Goodness knows what the road would have been like if there was no toll road to the port which most of the buses and lorries were taking..... After some emergency ice creams just outside of the town (the sun ...
Overcast 32 / 25
Been discussing our next adventures which will likely be Bali and Thailand. Went out for some appetizers and beverages with some family members to a local establishment called Jardine's. Very open concept with a stage where bands played.
Later we went to pick up supplies for tomorrow’s boat excursion to a local beach island. Went for a car tour of Bandar Lampung.
Motorcycle of the Day: Early ...
Rain 33 / 25
Lazy morning, yes this is retirement. Light breakfast and caught up on the AirAsia plane crash. Ran some errands with our host and then went for a snack after lunch. Everybody went out for a New Year's Eve dinner (quite the feast) and then home to watch the fireworks which went on for many hours. Some dessert then everyone retired. I Skyped with my cousin in Birmingham, England.
Motorcycle of the Day: Dueling ...
... The road out to the main highway wound up and down and I longed to be on a bicycle.
Then there were the comic moments when trying to communicate with only my rudimentary Indonesian. When we finally reached Bangko, the van driver dropped us off at a bus company office where about 8 jovial men hung out. I had my phrases and numbers learned from a few days of study, but these seemed to produce confusing results, and we all repeated our numbers to each other over ...