Bastianos Lembeh Diving Resort
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... get going pretty quick as the tide was slack and the water clear. In the protected bay as the tide recedes all manner of garbage and other mucky mess moved through the anchorage and I was anxious to avoid having to swim in that mess with all my dive kit on, having done so for the rudder twice already. Once again lucky for me I had bought a new dive computer off of Greg on Verite so the drop to 75 feet could be closely controlled and the ascent monitored. After a few minutes I was ready ...
... When we arrived back at the port there were hundreds of people there lining the dockside to see the boat set sail, singing, dancing and waving, it was very humbling. My commentary doesn't do it justice by any means, big time cruisers said they have never seen anything like it before, it really was very special and most people had a tear in their eye as we sailed away. We arrive in Borneo ...
... the gangway this time - to be greeted by children everywhere in school uniforms who had come to look at the ship. Everyone was very friendly and wanted to do a high five. It is very hot and humid today so we managed to get a taxi driver to understand that we would like a tour of the town. It is a very poor place with no shops to talk of except a sizeable supermarket and market clothing stalls The capital city is Monado a two ...
... experience in Canada over the eight years they lived there while Ibu Golda earned a doctorate degree. We ended up having a pretty good time - the food was excellent, and the company was interesting. There were a few expats from Switzerland, Canada, and Holland who showed up for a bit. There was plenty of Bintang and even red wine, which ran out quickly. I had a nicer time than I had imagined I would have, but Mary still replied to my conversation very ...
... most unique experience they had had in quite some time – transporting a family of non-natives around in a group like that. I got some picture of the kids and Hosanna enjoying their first experience riding on the back of a scooter – I think they really enjoyed it.
Ibu Selfi was really curious as to why I chose Halmahera to look in to Transmigration, as she seemed to find all of her Transmigration articles for our class from sources about ...