|Card 108: Earhart's Notes|
|Where To Get This Card:||In Too Deep|
|Preceded By:||Card 107: Irina Spasky|
|Followed By:||Card 109: The Flying Lemur|
"Famed pilot Amelia Earhart inspired the world by becoming the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Yet the adventurer didn't stop there. She wanted to be the first woman to circumnavigate the globe. In 1937, she took off from Miami and flew 22,000 miles around the world, making strategic stops along the way. But tragically, with only 7,000 miles left, her plane disappeared in the South Pacific and Earhart was never seen again. Some people believe Earhart had an even bigger goal than flying around the world--that she was actually looking for the 39 Clues. If that's true, then her flight log would be a useful tool for Clue hunters. That is, if they can decipher its hidden message..."
A letter to Hope Cahill from Arthur Trent. Arthur says that Shep can fly them to Adelaide and from there to Darwin but he should remind it to him when they will be in Bangkok or Singapore. He also asks Hope if she's sure that the Kabras are in Moscow because he saw a suspicious car near his campus.
Question: What is the secret instruction hidden in Earhart's flight plan?
Answer: Stop at Krakatoa.