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PNG #2 -- Faces of Papua New Guinea, Nogoli Camp, Papua New Guinea travel blog

PNG #2 -- Faces of Papua New Guinea

A travel blog entry by nwtmike

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... you're all enjoying a restful and happy holiday season. I've spent most of this day finally putting this "last" Papua New Guinea blog together. Most of the photos are from July and August of this year. I've been meaning to get this together since ...

Ola, Bom Dia, Boa Tarde, Obrigada!, So Domingos, Guinea-Bissau travel blog

Ola, Bom Dia, Boa Tarde, Obrigada!

A travel blog entry by charlie_ray

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... colony and those in the Foni districts speak the local tribal language Jola just like the majority of the Casamancais. Guinea-Bissau is a former Portuguese colony and the local language is Creole and so the cultural and ethnic traditions are therefore in ...

Day 3 - Ioribaiwa to Nauro Village, Naoro, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Day 3 - Ioribaiwa to Nauro Village

A travel blog entry by masonsineurope

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Day 3. Ioribaiwa to Nauro Village Morning to Lunch on Maguli Ridge Well, this morning is Day 3 and I went to bed about 7PM and got up at 2AM and went back to sleep.  Had my alarm set for 6AM but the rooster woke me at 5.  Packed all my stuff ...

POEM: If I were, Louisiades, Papua New Guinea travel blog

POEM: If I were

A travel blog entry by macstoire

If I were Jesus I'd run across the sea If I were Moses I’d part the water So I could climb to sit upon that peak If I were God I would make my crewmates agree But I’m not And neither do I believe So I should just sit here quietly Make my own ...

Amazing Alotau !!, Alotau, Papua New Guinea , International travel blog

Amazing Alotau !!

A travel blog entry by dougo

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Day 5 - Monday 23 May 2016 - Alotau   Alotau is part of the Milne Bay Province and the bay on which Alotau is sited -  is large and beautiful.  Alotau has a population of around 18,000 people, a large hospital which was initially built by ...

Same same, but different., Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Same same, but different.

A travel blog entry by ilovetheworld

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Our Christmas was a little different this (last) year. We had a few extra ring-ins on our end, and of course Prue and Callum's little baby bump, and Callum's family. So it was a bit bigger (and therefore a LOT more food) this time around. Nevertheless it ...

The Highlands, Tari, Papua New Guinea travel blog

The Highlands

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj

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           We stayed in three separate towns / areas in the highlands of PNG. However, the cultures and environment are similar, so I will describe the highlands in this single entry. We flew into Tari, ...

Trip to Wewak, Wewak, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Trip to Wewak

A travel blog entry by liz.dowling

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Dear all, It is a while since my last entry. The time has really flown, and I find that I will be coming home to Australia in less than two weeks. This morning I had a marks meeting at the seminary and so the marks are now finalised for the students. ...

Intro to PNG and Port Moresby, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Intro to PNG and Port Moresby

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj

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... the UK. In 1906, Australia took over administration of the southern portion of PNG. In WWI, Australia occupied German New Guinea, and continued to administer it after the war. PNG and the next-door Solomon Islands (including Guadalcanal) were the center ...

PNG, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

PNG

A travel blog entry by anderskristensn

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S blev vi smidt tilbage i tiden!! Der var sku mennesker p PNG der aldrig havde et hvide mennesker fr.. Det var en god 11 dages tur. Men mange nye indtryk!  Se billeder og glde jer til jeg kommer hjem igen. S skal jeg nok fortlle meget ...

Battling to get to Moresby & Lae!, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Battling to get to Moresby & Lae!

A travel blog entry by ronamoon

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It took us two days to get back to Port Moresby! We headed out to the airport, which was closed up, pretty strange we thought, but we walked around the locked gate and settled in. The security man was there but out of uniform - he wasn't wearing his ...

Doing Doini Island ..., Doini Island, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Doing Doini Island ...

A travel blog entry by dougo

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Day 6 - Tuesday 24 May 2016    A little history about Doini  Island.   Doini  Island bound by the Coral Sea and Solomon Sea and is privately owned by the same man who owns the land where the Lookout is at Alotau.    ...

Sanananda to Saroda, Saroda, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Sanananda to Saroda

A travel blog entry by stevegrace

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We were awake at 5.30am compliments of the roosters. We were packed up well before our arranged 7.00am breakfast time – which arrived at 7.40am. We waded back across the lagoon to an area where more of the porters live with their families. Under a ...

Papua New Guinea – Part 1: The Main Island, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Papua New Guinea – Part 1: The Main Island

A travel blog entry by seanandnyssa

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... nbsp;feel for the town, and so were starting to feel a bit more comfortable (and getting used to having a private pool!), but it was time to head to the smaller islands of Papua New Guinea where everything is a bit more safe and laid back… ...

TV and Alcohol Shock!, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

TV and Alcohol Shock!

A travel blog entry by bobandpam

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We are in Madang for one more week delivering the last of the workshops for heads and deputies, this time on the management of change.  It could be a disaster.  Heads here are not trained for the job and literally walk from the classrom to the ...

Nov 28th- Dec 16th: The Fullness of Joy, Yemli, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Nov 28th- Dec 16th: The Fullness of Joy

A travel blog entry by wanderingsol

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... Pacific from the hill under the palm trees and just reminisced about my time in Yemli, and my past two months in Papua New Guinea, thankful for countless blessings which I experienced. That place will be forever in my memory for a couple of reasons... :) ...

Dad's Hometown, Lae, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Dad's Hometown

A travel blog entry by theevans

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Having been eaten alive by mozzies in the Kavieng Airport, we landed in Moresby and headed for a very late breakfast at the Holiday Inn Caf and then for a squiz around the craft markets held in their grounds. I was amazed at the amount of talent ...

Completed Leadership Planning Cycle workshop, Eastern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Completed Leadership Planning Cycle workshop

A travel blog entry by wsbieber

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After the AGM, we facilitated 3 days of a workshop, an accelerated version of what we do in the Training of Trainers level 2 (TOT 2).  These EDEN trainers will pass this on to their trainers for use with community management committees.  ...

Meeting a king, and a lot of eeeeppos, Orango, Guinea-Bissau travel blog

Meeting a king, and a lot of eeeeppos

A travel blog entry by robspackman

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The boat journey to Orango started off with a most regrettable incident. It shall be known as Seawatergate. The handbag containing all of our electronic items, through some fault of my own, fell into the foot of water in the bottom of the boat. Although ...

Alotau, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Alotau

A travel blog entry by crockett84

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A tropical downpour at Alotau, downed power lines prevented us going further, and "Paradise Sport" had to come here to pick us up. We were aboard by ...

Port Moresby to Alotau, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Port Moresby to Alotau

A travel blog entry by crockett84

 Flew from Sydney to Brisbane, then onto Port Moresby & finally onto Alotau. In Alotau, it was pouring rain, and the road to town was flooded, so the boat was moved further into the bay to pick us ...

Port Moresby, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Port Moresby

A travel blog entry by edenadel

Port ...

Lae, Lae, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Lae

A travel blog entry by edenadel

Lae ...

Crossing the River, Somewhere in, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Crossing the River

A travel blog entry by adam_of_earth

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... move along very well here, and today I completed the final shallow boring south of the Purari River. To work in Papua New Guinea, any outside company has to hire crews from local villages. The boundaries for where these local crews can work depend on the ...

3 Tage fr 120 km!, Nangani-Grenze Senegal/Guinea-Mali Ville, Senegal travel blog

3 Tage fr 120 km!

A travel blog entry by juttachris

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In der Heimat von Miriam Makeba, Mali Ville-Dalaba-Faranah-Kankan, Guinea travel blog

In der Heimat von Miriam Makeba

A travel blog entry by juttachris

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Port Moresby, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Port Moresby

A travel blog entry by traveltragic

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Overlanding Notes for Guinea-Bissau, Gab, Guinea-Bissau travel blog

Overlanding Notes for Guinea-Bissau

A travel blog entry by landylove

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... 10,000. Wild Camping We were not presented with any favourable wild camping opportunities.  Border Crossings Casamance – Guinea-Bissau See Overlanding Notes for the Casamance. Guinea-Bissau – Guinea-Conakry We crossed at Kandika.  ...

Madang & Village Guesthouse, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Madang & Village Guesthouse

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj

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We spent a short, but memorable, stay near Madang on the north coast of PNG, in the former German region. We were a day late getting there due to airline delays, the typical story in PNG. We had to spend an extra night in Port Moresby … again. We ...

The final day on the track, Ower's Corner, Papua New Guinea travel blog

The final day on the track

A travel blog entry by stevegrace

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The rain had cleared - but the track was wet and muddy for the final leg of our journey. The first part of the day was the other half of the Ua-Ule Creek crossings - so it was reef sandals at the start. Then it was boots on for the long, hard ascent to ...

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