Pitoe Bay and Wawama village, Morotai
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Pitoe Bay and Wawama village, Morotai

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Pulau Morotai is the most northern island of Maluku (Moluccas) and member of the Halamahera island group in east Indonesia. Visiting the island during Sail Morotai 2012, this panorama shows a view from the pier at Wawama village over Pitoe Bay at the Halmahera sea.

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Text by Steve Smith.

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