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From Singapore to Jakarta

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Sunrise
We took off at Singapore Seletar airport just before sunrise. There were a lot of clouds in several layers. Nevertheless the sun was shining through and gave beautiful impressions over the Singapore Strait.

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Looks like heaven
Looks like heaven.

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Singapore Strait
The Singapore Strait is one of the most frequented shipping routes of the world.

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Go on, dream!
Go on, dream!

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Stephan, Nicolas
With the help of the Oxymeter we always knew how much oxygen is in our blood. That would indicate when to put on our oxygene masks. Stephan was proud of his level that was all trough the flight considerably higher than the one of Nicolas. The lifejackets where part of the maritime survival equipment.

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Pulau Bangka
Later that flight the sky became clear. We had a beautiful view of the island of Pulau Bangka

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Sumatra
Overflying the island of Sumatra.

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Oil rigs
Oil rigs of the coast of Sumatra

Oct. 27, 2005 - From Singapore to Jakarta
Coast of Java
The Coast of Java. Approaching the 20 million capital of Indonesia, Jakarta, the smog restarts and visibility diminishes.

Oct. 28, 2005 - Jakarta
Happy captain
Indonesia is the forth most populated country in the world. It consists of more than 2000 islands. In Jakarta we visited the old harbor Sunda Kelapa. Wooden freight ships are a speciality of Indonesia. They are made of ebony and last forever and a day. This is the happy captain of one of these ships.

Oct. 28, 2005 - Jakarta
Ebony boat
The ships need a lot of care.

Oct. 28, 2005 - Jakarta
HF-Antenna..
This ship has an impressive HF-Antenna..

Oct. 28, 2005 - Jakarta
Merchant
On our search for galuchard we passed at this merchant of sea shells. He had a incredible choice of different species.

Oct. 28, 2005 - Jakarta
Huge bat
The diversity of species in the botanical garden of Bogor was very impressive. Here you can see a grey headed flying fox. These huge bats live from fruits and nectar and are mainly responsible for fertilization in the rain forest..