Fire Dance (Final Entry) As the ship slid through the dark languid waters a phosphorescent chain reaction made the waters glow with an eerie, other worldly light.  We were making our way 150 miles west to the next destination, Kimbe Bay on the northwest coast of New Britain. Known for its coral reefs, killer whales, and exotic birds; Kimbe is one of the most bio-diverse places in Oceana, if not the earth. We arrived Walindi Plantation, a rustic and remote resort run by Cecile Benjamin, a chatty Australian. She appropriately proclaims the resort an “uncrowded paradise”. She quickly identifies our host as a WWII history enthusiast and proudly shows him her collection of Japanese fighter plane engines. Yet, after some further digging, we discover…