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  • Photolog Thailand #2-Langkawi to Phuket and Similan islands

  • Photolog Thailand #1-Phang Nga Bay and some more islands
  • Photolog Sebana Cove/Jahore/Malaysia to Patong Beach/Phuket/Thailand 27.12.2005
  • Photolog Benoa/Bali to Jahore/Malaysia 03.12.2005
  • Photolog Maumere/Flores to Benoa/Bali 10.10.2005
  • Photolog Darwin/Australia to Flores/Indonesia 14.08.2005
  • Photolog Cairns to Darwin 03.08.05
  • Photolog Airlie Beach to Cairns 28.06.05
  • Photolog Whitsunday Islands 30.05.05
  • Photolog Gladstone to Airlie Beach20.05.05
  • Photolog Darwin/Australia to Flores/Indonesia 14.08.2005


    We cleared in Kupang/West Timor. Nothing really spectacular to see around there:

    Monkey Cave

    Yabes, our guide in Forest Reserve Camplong


    But the first encounter with Asian traffic is almost overwhelming.

    typical bemo(minibus)with driver assistant

    sometimes quite deafening

    The next island we're visiting is Lomblen. Anchored in Lebolebo Bay you only have to get up early morning to have the most stunning views.

    Outrigger fishing boat

    The evenig has nice views too

    Morning Impressions #1

    In reality even more beautiful

    Fisherman setting mast and sails

    ...and sails away

    Locals bathing in the evening

    Morning Impressions #2

    A few hours walk from our anchorage in Hading Bay/NE-Flores we found a little village which seemed to be untouched from any modern influence. Unfortunately the inhabitants were hiding from us.

    Just like we found it

    The locals passing by at our anchorage were still using traditional canoes. But they had something modern: Dynamite!. The day we left they detonated some not 40m away from Freedom Fargo.

    Dynamite fishing seems to be a little bit dangerous


    Only 30 miles further west, in Maumere, we we're back to civilisation.

    Morning Impressions #3, this time in Maumere

    Boy with his canoe going out fishing

    From here we go up to the mountains to visit the crater of Kelimutu(1600m) and the villages ofWolonjita and Nggela both famous for their traditional Ikhat Weavings

    Waiting for the sunrise at Kelimutu

    Preperation for dying

    A peace of this size is a two month work