'A memory bobbing around the ocean': message in a bottle found after two years
Conservationist on a remote Papua New Guinean island finds message from American girl thrown overboard more than 2,500km awayThis bottle was different. Glass, with its lid sealed tight, it contained a handful of rice grains and a few seashells. And a note. In November, on the remote Conflict Islands of Papua New Guinea, conservation ranger Steven Amos was cleaning the beachfront on Panasesa island when he stumbled across something that was not thoughtlessly thrown away, but consciously sent as a message to an unknown recipient, somewhere in the world.