Kibo Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Back to Kibo palace, stopped for paintings on the way. Lots of wifi at Kibo and my mom came over for Valentines Day dinner.
We woke up to loud thunder and a solid rain storm in the early hours of the morning.
Breakfast at the hotel and packed up only to get an email saying our flight was delayed 2 hours, our first delay of the trip. We still got to the airport early and our flight ended up leaving earlier than they said.
The airport was pretty funny, when …
... locker apparently. Andreas told me, as there was no mention at dinner. Which some riders don't like. I don't mind, kinda like being out of the spot light a bit. I know some riders love the announcement. To each their own. But damn it felt good. Second day was brutal, headwinds, hill after hill after hill. The downs were short and fast, the ups long and 5-6%. You can't get good speed as before each town (there is a lot!) there is 3-5 sets of rumble strips (3-4 speed bumps) then ...
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... our heads. Someone decided to bang on nearby doors sometime in the night. The rooster crowed at 2am. We chatted about what we could do at 2 am, but forged ahead and slept until 5am at which time clanging dishes, dogs barking, and roosters woke us again. We were breakfasted, packed, and out of that place by 7am. For those of you that know me, you know it must have been bad. We walked to our new hotel--much better! It was ...