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Winding tracks on the Java railway
View from the express train from Bandung to Jogyakarta through the rice ...
The looms are hand held and can produce a scarf in about 2 hours. The ...
Gamalan musician at wedding
There was a small Gamelan orchestra to welcome guests before the sunset ...
Savoy Homann Hotel, Bandung
We would not normally take a photo of our hotel but at night you can ...
Tourists at Prambanan
We took this photo of the other tourists at Prambanan whilst we sheltered ...
Well actually morning - as our minbus got us there too late for sunrise. ...
Hawkers and tourists at Borobodur
The ubiqitous salesman - you just can't shake them off!
Javan rice terraces
Views from the train throughour Java are like this - stunning scenery ...
We met a Dutch couple (Ilsa and Floris) and drank far too many beers at a ...
Malioboro Street, "Jogja" Batik Market
About 200 stalls all selling identical batik items.
"One Love" and short shorts
So here are our fave 11-piece band in Bandung belting our their unique ...
Grand reception hall at the Manila Hotel
The hotel was built in 1912 amd still feels like it is in the '20's with ...
Long ear Karen 2
She lives here with her husband and a very small shop.
Kubo Sa Dagat
Our guest house built on stilts in the middle of Coron Bay
What hammocks are for
Is this paradise or what?
Dee relaxing on arrival
Dee relaxing on arrival
Sunset after storm
Nothing more to say
Out at Apo Reef Dee joins the fishes.
Rainy season again
The rainy season catches up with us again. After a huge thunder and ...
Our hut was 10 yards back from the beach and you can swim straight out ...
Kids crowding for a photo
Once the children found they could see themselves on a digital camera, ...
The first village we visited showed us how they make dyes for the Ikat ...
Market at Savu
We picked up a bus from this town, that turned out to be a truck with 2 ...
Phil introduced his electric shock game to the boat which terrified the ...
Each night we got together with Ari our guide and discussed the options ...
Sunset from the boat
Each night produced different colours that changed every 5 minutes. ...
Children at the beach
At another remote island the children lined up to have their picture taken ...
The children liked to show off, performing handstands to varying degrees ...
Kids from the village
All the kids form the silversmith village followed us around and back to ...
Silversmith at local village
The next village we visited specialised in making silver jewelery from old ...
Man taking palm sap for processing
The sugar is taken to collection points where it is processed into either ...
Palm sugar collecting
The men climb the palm trees twice a day to collect the palm sugar that ...
Colourful house on Suva
This village is mainly Catholic and the locals like to decorate their ...
The younger women here are stunningly beautiful. In later years they ...
The locals are highly skilled and form local hardwoods with the minimum of ...
The last village we visited was renowned for its boat building skills. We ...
Katherina from Rinca Island
We trekked across the island and this was the view back down to our boat. ...
Here be Dragons
This Komodo dragon is actually 8 foot long and capable of out running us. ...
Phil gets into the groove
This was off Rinca island where we visited Komodo dragons the following ...
Katherina under sail
The effect under sail is amazing. To get this shot Dee had get on the ...
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