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... flying with everything golden - but my theory of less thunderstorms in the morning didn't hold up so well - the first 4 or so hours of the trip were tracking left and right around some mighty cloud activity. Very impressive to see. As evil as they look, the conditions around them are very calm and smooth.
One of the exciting moments of this flight would be - crossing the ...
Today we are heading south south east between the islands of Seran and Buru into the Banda Sea. --------------------------------------- ------------------------------------ We had a wonderful farewell from the people of Bitung last night who lined the pier to wave and cheer as we pulled out of port. QM2 was the first cruise ship to ever visit so no wonder there was great excitement in the town. We went to an early ...
... br> The muck diving in Ambon was amazing even though it is not beautiful as you dive in the harbor and there is loads of garbage there.
We saw loads of seahorses, pipefish, stonefish, scorpionfish, mimic octopus, octopus, harlequin shrimp, leaf scorpionfish, nudi branches, cuttlefish and loads of more critters.
We did a lot of long dives around 80-110 minutes
... here awaiting our ferry.
Out first impressions of Ambon were not great, but in our case first impressions didn't last. We were supposed to meet a man named 'Michael’ at the airport who was giving us our Ferry tickets for the Bandas, he was a no show. We waited for quite some time before emailing the travel agent who we got the tickets through. He called Michael and left a voicemail but he was incommunicado. We gave it well over an hour ...
... playing games together, and other kids were playing soccer, and there was still room to sit by the water and relaxed if you wanted. Most of the time we watched them play, and eventually they became interested in us and convinced one of their 'teachers/supervisors' to come ask us our names and where we were from. She was born in Australia so she spoke some english. Another fun fact about this beach area is there were tons of shacks for people to sell products out of. ...