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Corporate Mining House office, Jakarta. The late Bill Dixon at play. Bill Dixon was a great man whose personal and business influence extended deeply across continents in the mining world. Bill was not only a client but a friend and mentor – that is a rare relationship and there are very few like him. His name still always raises a smile in conversations worldwide.
Jakarta... there's a corporate mining hub tucked in there (and some surprisingly sumptuous hotels by the way!)
"Ready to board?" Commuting by speedboat up the Mahakem River to the mines, Indonesia.
At Home on the Mahakem River, gateway to coal mines sites by speedboat or coal barge
Life along the Mahakem River on the way to the mines, Indonesia
Coal loader, Indonesia
Coal stockpile, Indonesia
Mining Engineers consulting on site, Kalimantan
Coal mine site, Kalimantan
Dam on coal mine site, Indonesia. Apparently the fishing is not too good 🙂
Look like Tonka Toys, don't they?... Where Forest meets coal mine, Kalimantan
Looks like a big playground, doesn't it? Coal mine, Kalimantan.
This might be break time on site... but it might not be 😉 Like all the locals, Indonesian mine site staff always friendly and helpful...
Mine site action, Kalimantan
Layers of overburden to get to the coal.
Good idea not to swim out to this pump, methinks. Indonesian mine site.
Coal Barge, Mahakem River, Kalimantan
Coal Mine, Kalimantan
Forest meets coal mine, Kalimantan
Me and Old Mate on site 🙂 Kalimanatan
Just like home! Mine site merchandise, Kalimantan, Indonesia
Lunch in the mine site mess - Kalimantan style
Balloon man, Balikpapan. Someone's buying this stuff!
Fresh running tap water... Hmmmmm. Airport Lounge in Balikpapan, Indonesia
Mosques are on every corner in Kalimantan! Even the corners of the river. Let me add the locals are wonderfully peaceful and placid people from ail I have ever experienced. I felt safer in regional Indonesia than I would in regional Australia. Now that is another story...
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