Moving on from terraced rice fields and 4-day long funeral ceremonies, we made our way to the North of Sulawesi, to a tiny island called Bunaken. It’s so small it doesn’t have any fresh water, shops and pretty much no traffic on it. Bunaken and it’s neighbouring islands are engulfed by deep sea meaning that most dives are along a potentially very, very deep wall. One must be careful not to drop anything or it may be lost for good. The striking visibility is particularly memorable – it’s almost like diving in the Mediterranean.