So lushly fertile is Ambon’s soil, so densely packed up to the shoreline are its vivid tropical trees, that the island looks from above like a halfsubmerged rainforest ri
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 We are visiting in the  wet season. It’s a risky time to come – the fog can descend thick and heavy at a  moment’s notice, obscuring the best views. But this season has
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Four stocky horses thunder down Nihiwatu Beach, sand flying as their jockeys ride bareback and low, egging them on to a finishing line decorated  with fuchsia bougainvill
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