.: logbuch ::

  • Photolog Thailand #2-Langkawi to Phuket and Similan islands
    25.03.2006

  • Photolog Thailand #1-Phang Nga Bay and some more islands
    06.02.2006
  • 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 Gladstone to Airlie Beach20.05.05
    A ten days jounrney with Nora from Berlin


    Evening at Gladstone Marina


    Great Keppel Island


    A bloody suckerfish, but you'll like it if it's the first fish you've ever cought in your life

    Camels at Great Keppel


    Pearl Bay and Island Head Creek, both located in Shoalwater Bay Military Training Area


    Pearl Bay-like Skandinavia, just with sandy beaches and warm

    Evening at Island Head Creek

    A rainbow and not a single soul aroundIsland Head Creek

    We're doing some fishing until the weather gets better


    Shark-as smaller as better it is

    O.k now you're going in the pot


    Next stop is Middle Percy Island.
    One of the real Highlights on the Australian east coast. The only way to reach it, is by private Yacht. We arrive at West Bay


    The A-frame hut is a meeting place for visiting sailors. it is adorned with plaques left by previous visitors.

    Freedom Fargo in front of Percy

    View from the A-frame

    On our way to the homestead. There were thousands of Blue Tiger Butterflies swarming around us.



    Blue Tiger


    At the homestead


    View from the veranda with Rapta, the tame Emu of Percy



    Close your eyes Nora, so it thinks your hand is your head


    We got invited to a 4WD trip around the island before sunset.


    Sunset from above and from the boat


    If you want to know more about this extraordinary island, have a look at their website: http://www.percyisland.com.au