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Arrived into Ambon, Indonesia after an interesting 9.5 hour flight.
Made a very early start, to make sure I arrived into Ambon before the airport closed at 6pm. The route didn't go close to much land, so the views wer mainly of water and clouds, which I suppose technically are also water. So just water.
In the air by 6.05am, it is such a lovely, calm time of the day ...
... process everyone. They were set up in the beautiful Brittania Restaurant. The girl I spoke to said it was the nicest office she has ever had. A Neptune Ball tonight, celebrating our passage into the Southern Hemisphere. There was a dance presentation by the onboard professional ball room dancers, Sergey and Olga. We enjoyed the formal dinner and another lovely show in The Royal Court Theatre of a violin ...
It has been a long held ambition of mine to visit the Spice Islands. Long forgotten, they were once the most important place in the world, the source of nutmeg, cloves and mace, the most sought after and expensive commodities in the early modern world. The European voyages of exploration by Columbus, Vasco de Gama and Magellan can, in part, be explained by a desire to take control of these islands, which is ...
... before liberation.
Amidst the hustle & bustle of the very busy city that is Ambon, we found the memorial (where the bodies exhumed post war are now resting) to be the most peaceful, serene place. The gardens are beautiful and so well kept, a stark contrast to the rest of the, on the most part, dirty city. We took a few photo's, however no photo could fully capture the beautiful and unbelievably large tree's shading the memorial.
... because TJ loves music and apparently if there is a good singer in Indonesia, then they are from Ambon. --Nothing like a mass stereotype to start the trip.
Luckily, the overcast skies cleared as the morning went on. We arrived at a beach that was quite crowded, because of course it was a national holiday --I told you they are constant-- this was the first ever labor day in Indonesia. It was fun though because lots of local kids (in what I assume was a type of daycare) ...