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In Search of Adventure and Moments of Bliss...

Where in the world? Challenge 4 of 4, 25 slides


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Where in the world was this picture taken?

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Fiji
Lau Group, Bay of Islands. These rounded islets are similar ones to those in Thailand.
Sailing the South Pacific, p 242

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Malaysia
Melaka. A Christian church dominates the town square.
The Long Way Back, p 138

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Fiji
Lau Group, church in Lomaloma. The services are conducted in Tongan.
Sailing the South Pacific, p 244

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Australia
Cook’s landing reenactment is held every year in Cooktown.
The Long Way Back, p 58

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China
Yangtze River, Three Gorges
The Long Way Back, p 152

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Vietnam
Mekong Delta
The Long Way Back, p 175

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Eritrea
The bombed-out palace of Haile Selassi.
The Long Way Back, p 280

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New Zealand
North Island, pampas grass and sand dunes
Sailing the South Pacific, p 190

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Kingdom of Tonga
Sighting and swimming with whales is a big tourist attraction in Tonga.
Sailing the South Pacific, p 152

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French Polynesia
The Marquesas Islands
Paul Gauguin’s grave in Hiva Oa Sailing the South Pacific, p 40

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Oman
Near Salalah, Lois perches atop an old castle to view the Arabian Sea.
The Long Way Back, p 254

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Vanuatu
The “snake dance” is a popular dance in the Northern Banks Islands.
Sailing the South Pacific, p 259

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Thailand
Pacific Bliss sails through the Hongs.
The Long Way Back, p 193

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Australia
Cape York, the northernmost place on the Australian continent.
The Long Way Back, p 71

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Bali
Ubud, dancers
The Long Way Back, p 113

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Easter Island
Moai with top hats
Sailing the South Pacific, p 87

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Panama
Panama City skyline.
Maiden Voyage, p 154

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Sri Lanka
Southwestern region, stilt fishing
The Long Way Back, p 218

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Guatemala
Antigua, ancient ruins.
Maiden Voyage, p 199

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Turkey
Ephesus, an amazing archaeological dig
The Long Way Back, p 350

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The Cook Islands
The shallow channel to Palmerston Island leads to an island filled with waving palms where everyone is named Palmerston.
Sailing the South Pacific, p 123, 124

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Panama
San Blas Islands, a mother with her daughter and puppy poses for a picture.
Maiden Voyage, p 130

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Thailand
Phuket, an island of beauty
The Long Way Back, p 187

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France
St. Bonafacio, Corsica
The Long Way Back, p 402

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Vanuatu
Yachties learn how to weave and make lap-lap, the national dish.
Sailing the South Pacific, p 267