Well, I will be posting from my tablet for now on. I have had major electronic failures on this trip. First, my main dive computer fries, for some reason. This will make my diving much more difficult. I will see if I can find a dive shop in city I will be in today to see if there is one to buy. An unexpected expense.
Also, my laptop computer died. My brand new fancy computer! I am heartsick as it means I will have no way to work on my photos during the trip and my main means of storage is now gone. I will have to lug this brick around hoping it can be fixed at home.
On the bright side, yesterday I got up at 4am and went wildlife stalking in a jungle preserve. We were looking for tarsiers, the smallest primates on earth. They are nocturnal and have huge eyes. We found quite a few and I got some great shots. Hopefully, I will find a way to post some. Also saw too many other great critters to list. Again, hopefully will be able to post photos later.
Today we will be seeing an active volcano, one of my passions, a quick trip to a city and off to he diving in the Lembeh Straits.
Have I mentioned how upset I am about my computer? Posting on this tablet is a pain and I apologize for the errors.
No worries for errors on our end... just have a great time and take tons of pics. Hopefully you can stock up on some jump drives or pic storage of some kind.
If you can't post many pics until you get home and everything on to a another PC, we understand....
True...we may forget all about the fabulous time you are having there and loose some envy for the sights, sounds, and tastes...but hey I think we will survive.
PS.... B ate a few couch cushions and a lamp yesterday. I think she is missing you.
It looks like my computer is trying to make a comeback. It went from refusing to open or show anything on the page other than light and my mouse arrow to working enough to download photos. Not enough to trust any processing, yet. I'm hoping this is my computer fighting off some virus here.
Anyway, the first photo I dared try to post is one of the Tarsier photos I got. Here is the tiny cutie;
I'll try to post more photos later. Keep your fingers crossed I'll get full functioning, soon.