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Fall 2018 Carstensz Pyramid Expedition: Team Arrives!

Hey folks! Paul Koubek here, with the inaugural Cybercast for the October 2018 Carstensz Pyramid Expedition.

I’m happy to be able to report that the entire team has arrived Bali healthy and on time with all of their baggage – long journeys complete! The team members are currently resting poolside here at our hotel in Kuta Beach – convenient to the Denpasar airport and a block from the beach and sunsets.

With the first hurdle complete, tonight we depart for Timika and the next leg of our adventure!

I’ll leave a couple of photos of Balinese life – sunsets and fresh young coconuts for sipping on…

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