Hotel Sahid Bandar Lampung
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The energy of the tropics is in the huge clouds bouncing up and down, and the weather always changing in the most subtle ways. But while the skies are ever changing, there is rarely more than a breath of wind in the Sumatran highlands, where I've spent the last month. It feels like the morning Sun gently shifts the air into place, where it settles in for the day as an unmoving, humid mass.
The people of Semendo have two ways to deal ...
... to make a rainy season come back that day and I was feeling it), we arrived into Cilegon, the last large town before the port, at about 4pm. We then spent the next hour checking out its hotels, most of which seemed to be disproportionately expensive. Cilegon is home to a beautiful mosque right in the centre of town, and there was a hotel on the side street right next to it which looked pretty good. However, despite us telling them we were married (and I was wearing cycling ...
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 ...
... as if that would help us understand each other. I thought I understood that the bus south was leaving at five. One man contradicted another and laughed at him. “Six, stupid!” “When will we arrive in Lahat?” I tried to ask, knowing that “berapa jam” and “jam berapa” are different questions—one asks the time and the other how many hours. Which had I asked? I wasn’t sure. So we were arriving either at 3 a.m. or in ...