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Travel photo of the day
Sunset over the Leti Islands
The Leti Islands of Indonesia are part of the Maluku Islands, in southwest Maluku province. The main islands are Moa, Leti and Lakor. The Leti Islands form the Leti Moa Lakor and Moa Lakor districts of the Maluku Barat Daya regency within Maluku province.
The islands cover 750 square kilometres (290 sq mi) in area and support a population of 16,664 at the 2010 Census. The most significant town is Pati, on Moa. Industries include the cultivation of rice, coconut palms and tobacco, animal husbandry, and fishing.
As the thunderheads built and dumped their rain we remarked, "Just another day at sea"