Find 3 ebbnuts. Search the sea around ( -1647, -250, -17 ) /waypoint -1647, -250, -17 ( -1559, -260, -93 ) /waypoint -1559, -260, -93 or ( -1520, -257, -91 ) /waypoint -1520, -257, -91. They appear as small, round grey rocks floating just above the sea bottom, and the location seems to be random along the southern coastline.
Search for objects around the NW oasis near ( -336, -131, -1005 ) /waypoint -336, -131, -1005. This can be a very frustrating step. Ignore Kerakta's misleading directions to go west, it's much more NW of him. Also his "Dogs of the Dead" refers to the Anaz Mal gnolls, not the undead gnolls by the cliffs to the SW of him! Items can spawn anywhere in the upper area around the entire oasis, both in the sandy areas as well as in the grassy areas. Most of them seem to spawn within a few yards of the transition between the sand and the grass. Items also occasionally spawn in the lower area closer to the water, and some have also been found on the ramps leading from the upper area into the lower area. There are six items to find. You will keep finding new copies of items you've already picked up as they respawn instantly. Keep picking them up, this will give you a better idea of where exactly they all tend to spawn. It is also extremely helpful to temporarily Disable Flora in the Game Options->Display->Flora so that small items on the ground are far more visible. (If you still cannot find items look in the talk page as you may be affected by a graphical bug). Keep looking until you get them all:
a wine bottle - This item can be found closer to the water's edge, as well as around the top of the oasis.
a correspondence pad - This item can be found closer to the water's edge, as well as around the top of the oasis.
a sketchbook - Although large and clearly visible, this took a long time to find and was located at the bottom of one of grassy ramps leading to the water. --- Sketchbook found well outside the grassy area on the sand around the oasis as well.
a calligraphy set - This is perhaps the rarest and the hardest to see sticking out of the sand.