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Travelled to Maluku... arriving Jakarta (Java), (Indonesia), then travelled to/through; Jakarta, (Java), Ternate, Kupa Kupa, Jailolo, Ternate, Ambon, Banda Neira, Ambon, Netsepa, Ambon (Maluku), Ujung Pandang, (Sulawesi), and back home via Jakarta, (Java), (Indonesia).

Ternate Port
View across to Halmahera, and one of the most active volcanoes... in the World, Ternate City, Ternate, Maluku, Indonesia.

Independence Day
Fishing boats decked out with flags celebrating Independence Day, Ternate City, Ternate, Maluku, Indonesia.

Leaving Ternate
Leaving the comforts of Ternate behind on the Halmahera ferry, Sofifi, Halmahera, Maluku, Indonesia.

Legacy of the 1999 communal violence where christian churches and villages were razed around the lake, Galela, Halmahera, Maluku, Indonesia.

Queen of Spices
Local nutmeg drying on the village road-side, Gamtala, Halmahera, Maluku, Indonesia.

Puncak Jailolo
Riding the verdant mountain roads around Gunung Jailolo, near, Idamdehe, Halmahera, Maluku, Indonesia.

Desa Saria
Floating debris inundating the traditional coastal fishing village, Saria, Halmahera, Maluku, Indonesia.

Fishing Blues
Early morning fishing on blue waters of Jailolo Bay, Jailolo, Halmahera, Maluku, Indonesia.

Kalamata Fort
Kalamata Fort was built in 1540 by the Portuguese as defence against the Spanish on Tidore, later taken over by the Dutch in 1610, Ternate City, Ternate, Maluku, Indonesia.

Kapal Kayu
Local wooden ferries used to transport people and spedamotors to Tidore, Ternate City, Ternate, Maluku, Indonesia.

Tidore Pier
Colourful pier at the Air Panas (hot spring) park on Ake Sahu black-sand beach, Tosa, Tidore, Maluku, Indonesia.

Australian War Cemetery
At the Australian War Cemetery, on the site of the original internment camp, Ambon City, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Ikan Pasar
Fresh fish at the bustling Ikan Pasar, Ambon City, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Grand Mosque
The great Dome of the Al-Fatah Grand Mosque, Ambon City, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Banda Harbour
Beautiful Banda bay from my hotel balcony, Banda Neira, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Banda Pasar
Fresh fish at the Banda Ikan markets, Banda Neira, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Warung Saung Kuring
Small local warung in the markets, Banda Neira, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Kapal Pelni
The KM Leuser, one of the more reliable Pelni ferries, docked at port, Banda Neira, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Hatta Beach
Hatta Island beach, famous for it's underwater marine drop off, Hatta, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Kampung Lautaka
The small seaside Desa, only accessible by water, Lautaka, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Benteng Holandia
View of Desa Lonthoir and Gunung Api from Benteng Holandia, Lonthoir, Banda Besar, Maluku, Indonesia.

Kapal Bensin
Local wooden vessel that transports up to 100 barrels of petrol from Ambon, twice a week, Banda Neira, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

Benteng Belgica
A cannon rampart on the iconic UNESCO listed 17th century Dutch fort, involved in the exchange of the Banda Islands for Manhattan, Banda Neira, Banda Islands, Maluku, Indonesia.

SusiAir Cessna
Disembarking the 12 seater SusiAir Cessna Grand Caravan from Banda Neira, Ambon City, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Benteng Amsterdam
The unique Benteng Amsterdam, or 'Blockhouse', built by the Dutch in 1637, Hila, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Rumah Asli
Traditionally constructed village house, Seit-Kaitetu, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Morela Bay
A hidden gem on the north of the island, and a great place to snorkel, or just hang out, Morela Bay, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Ikan Merokok
Delicious smoked fish-on-a-stick at the bustling Pelabuhan Pasar, Ambon City, Ambon, Maluku, Indonesia.

Masjid 99 Kubah
Construction of the unique Mosque for the new Citraland City CBD, being built on 157 hectares of land, reclaimed from the sea, Ujung Pandang, Sulawesi, Indonesia.


Posted by joffre 12:53 Archived in Indonesia Tagged indonesia java photography sulawesi banda joffre maluku ambon ternate halmahera

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