Screen shot from the episode 2, Dance of the Warriors, Bali. Watch Part Number: 1 2 3 4 5. Views: 24, Date Added: 9 years ago. Documentary Description The Ring of Fire: An Indonesian Odyssey is a series of five documentary films that documented the ten-year voyage of two filmmakers, brothers Lorne Blair and Lawrence Blair, through the world's largest and least known archipelago. Displaying 2 comments: gold wrote 8 years ago. This was absolutly amazing I enjoyed every second of it.
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That's really how I got started. But if you'd rather have a job that pays well, all is not lost, you can always keep archaeology or museum volunteering as a hobby. Yeah I am finding it difficult to choose my A levels because I really do not have a career plan! I'll definitely consider volunteering in a museum though, and I think I probably will take History.
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And whatever you decide, whatever you end up doing, be sure you enjoy it! Thanks for reading. I would be very interested to hear your thoughts. Please leave a comment. Pages Home About Research. A book can change your life, or, rather, it can inform it and perhaps even go some way towards shaping or determining its direction. It is a book which accompanied a series of independently produced documentary films, charting a remarkable ten year odyssey around the Indonesian archipelago, which were first shown here in the UK on the BBC.
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I remember watching each of these episodes with awe filled admiration. I was twelve years old at the time. My abiding memory of these films was the simple fact that there were still wild and exotic places out there, far beyond the suburban confines of my own world, and these films left me with a yearning to see these places and have such experiences of my own.