On behalf of the Expedition Engineering team we want to thank you for your patience and support of our company during these COVID times. As an independent operator we value each of our customers. With the current global situation regarding COVID-19, we are dealing with a rapidly evolving situation in these unprecedented times. We understand and empathise with the impact this is having on our guests, our employees and the industry, and we are committed . . .
After a leisurely breakfast we were whisked from our hotels in a flurry of taxies to a sleepy jetty then on to our sturdy wooden ship. We arrived under the watchful eye of flocks of Frigate birds and after finding our cabins and going through a kayak brief we lifted anchor and sail for the Islands of Misool. Steaming south, we enjoyed the view as we passed between the jungled Islands of Salawati . . .
In September 2016 our daughter Emma aged 33 had a stroke. She was left with right sided paralysis and aphasia, a language disability that affects her ability to read, write and speak. With amazing help from speech therapists and physiotherapists and a lot of determination and hard work, she has regained her ability to walk and communicate however neither to her pre-stroke levels. Emma’s Dad John, and I have done several trips with Expedition Engineering . . .