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Cycling Lombok

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A little-known cycling paradise, one island east of Bali. It's loaded with quiet roads plied chiefly by water buffalo or cidomo, the colorful pony carts unique to the island. You'll experience a million different shades of green and a serenity you only suspected could exist in this world. Best times to go: May to October, the kemarau dry season, when the temperatures and humidity are far lower than during the sticky-hot rainy season.

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