Day 332. 99km. Warung Peuteuy – Batu Karas

Posted: March 27, 2016 in Cycling, Indonesia
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The beach beckoned, as did quiet roads. Away I cycled, off the beaten track and through the rice plantation landscape to the beach. Tonight I will lie in my hammock, listening to the waves crashing on the shore.

The rice fields in the late afternoon light

The rice fields in the late afternoon light

The quiet road was also a bit bumpy. I had my second flat tyre in two days, and so decided to change the whole tyre. Also, as I could barely stop yesterday on the steep hills in the rain, I changed the brake pads too. The whole lot took over an hour, with the whole village watching.

Village entertainment

Village entertainment

I had my standard downpour at 2 today rather than 4. Time to eat some duku and manggis. ☺



Tomorrow will be a day meandering along the southern Java coast. Yay!

  1. Eliza Waters says:

    I expect they don’t see all that many foreigners on bikes!

    • Changing tyres always attracts a crowd.

      • Holis Sarbeni says:

        our people only stare at foreighners because most of them do not speak English. if they were able to speak English they would ask a lot of questions about foreighners because they are cuorious but our people always help foreigners even most of them don’t speak English.

      • Ya. Betul. Saya belajar behasa Indonesia 3 minggu di Jakarta untuk bisa berbicara dengan orang orang. Saya bisa mengetakan sedikit untuk perjalanan sepeda saya. 🙂

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