Bandits and mud slides on an epic motorbike ride across Indonesia – all with a game 10-year-old riding pillion
Zac in Bali, and swapping two wheels for four. Photographs: Theodora Sutcliffe. Click on the magnifying glass icon to see a map of the area
Way to goMotorcycling in Indonesia An International Driving Permit (theaa.com) is required for Indonesia. Bike hire in Bali can cost as little as 25,000 (around £1.75) rupiah a day, or £35 a month, from street touts or hire agencies: damage to the vehicle is the driver's responsibility. Most hire companies will not supply the paperwork required to take the bikes off the island, but a decent second-hand bike can cost around £450: resale is simple, but western-style vehicle insurance does not exist. Further information Theodora blogs about her travels with her (no longer nine-year-old) son at travelswithanine yearold.com.
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