Sheraton Lampung Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... The sun came out and it was clear that it was going to be another hot, hot day. The gradient suddenly went from virtually flat to incredibly steep, and it wasn't long before both of us were off the bikes and pushing up the tarmac road as it wound its way upwards. The sweat was dripping off us and already feeling under the weather, I was having to stop every 100m or so for a rest. We really cannot get over the kindness and generosity of the people here. A ...
... but as we had found on our cycle in to the city, a large proportion of the population seem to be up at all hours, and there were plenty of people to ask directions. We hit the suburbs as dawn was breaking, and with that the traffic arrived in force. The road to the western port of Merak was probably the most uninspiring cycle of the trip so far. Punctuated by piles of rubbish, devoid of any decent views, one dusty town after another merged together. We spent a frustrating ...
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 ...
... our chests. Now that I was rested, clean, and in a happier frame of mind, the good memorable moments were surfacing.
First, the journey was scenic, especially through the Kerinci Valley. Rice paddies stretched out from the road to the cliffs in various stages of growth—some glittering with just planted seedlings, others vibrant full green. Workers in conical hats bent over the plants. Alongside the road, beans, coffee, rice, and cinnamon bark ...