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Kinder in Guinea, Mamou, Guinea travel blog

Kinder in Guinea

A travel blog entry by asci

Ich scheine eine tragische wirkung auf kinder zu haben. Heute waren hier 2 Kinder an meinem Bungalow, haben sich angeschlichen und als sie mich dann erblickten sind sie schreiend davongerannt. Gestern wollte ich bei irgendnem Wasserfdall das Balg nachm ...

Sorry Mate we've booked your room to someone else, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Sorry Mate we've booked your room to someone else

A travel blog entry by iska

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I loved PNG     The people were kind, generous and polite. I arrived with the stories echoing in my head of murder and mayhem and believed it once I had set my eyes on the tall barbed wire fences covered in red beetle nut spit, more protection ...

Conakry, Conakry, Guinea travel blog

Conakry

A travel blog entry by jeanchristophes

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... 1958 all French colonies had to choose between autonomy as separate countries in a Franco-African community or immediate independence. Guinea was the only country to choose immediate independence when a Mr Sekou Toure gave his famous speech saying Guinea ...

We are here!, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

We are here!

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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Hey!  we are here and alive!  email more later!  love you ...

Ein Haufen neuer Eindrücke!, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Ein Haufen neuer Eindrücke!

A travel blog entry by bennybambule

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Hallo zusammen, ich lebe noch! Bislang hat mich keiner dieser ominösen Kannibalen aufgefunden. Und auch von den Kriminellen wurde ich bisher soweit verschont. Also alles nur das übliche Blabla? Das dann leider auch wieder nicht... Meine ersten Wochen ...

...too intense everyday!, Kerema, Papua New Guinea travel blog

...too intense everyday!

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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  O lento dia-a-dia em casa desta nova família requer doses cavalares de energia, reservas de gordura e muita vitamina C, cálcio e magnésio. A vida de aldeia requer debitar permanentemente um conjunto de informação e produzir ideias para ...

wiedermal polizei, Nzerekore, Guinea travel blog

wiedermal polizei

A travel blog entry by asci

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die gehen mir echt taeglich aufn sack... vorhin fahre ich mit 30 km/h an der polizeistation vorbei, die schaun mich an, ich schau die an, dann fahre ich wie alle anderen autofahrer weiter, um 5 minuten spaeter mit von nem motorrad mit blaulicht ...

The mysterious dangerous country: 1st impressions, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

The mysterious dangerous country: 1st impressions

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

... proporcional 'a quantidade de bckpackers e futuros amigos e conhecidos que se fazem na “estrada”. Na Papua New Guinea (PNG) nao ha' turistas ou backpackers. E os estrangeiros que se ve^m aparecem para deixar a pegada da industria ...

trije mozje v colnu, da o psu sploh ne govorimo, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

trije mozje v colnu, da o psu sploh ne govorimo

A travel blog entry by zalazala

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Ufff ... bo prva beseda, ki jo bom napisala, ker mam res velik za napisat J Ce zacnem pri 15.3.2006 bo to pomenilo - odpravila sem se iz alotaa z ladjo - ja, zelo avanturisticno, se posebej, ker je bila hitra normalna ladja pokvarjena ter sem bila ...

Illnesses, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Illnesses

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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Hello to one and all! I cannot believe that it had been another week! Time seems to go so quickly here, but then other times it seems like we have been here for years! I have finally gotten most of the peoples's names at the town church, but the village ...

TOD has arrived in Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

TOD has arrived in Papua New Guinea

A travel blog entry by oldgumby

TOD has made port in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea! The sail down from Honiara to Port Moresby took us five days and six hours, which isn't bad for an 850 nautical mile passage. I have to say that the section through the Louisade Archipelago, where we ...

Travelling in PNG..., Wewak, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Travelling in PNG...

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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  Desde a chegada à capital que constato: vai ser um desafio fazer quilómetros...e chegar até à Indonésia. A verdade é cruel: custa para cima de um balúrdio viajar de avião. A alternativa não é o autocarro, são as pernas. A ...

Back in Alotau, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Back in Alotau

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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I'm back in Alotau: Hey to one and all! I cannot believe that this summer is almost over! We fly out of here on Saturday (21st) and will be in Australia til the next Sunday (29th).  We will fly out of Brisbane at 11:00am on the 29th and land in ...

Is it really safe around?, Aitape, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Is it really safe around?

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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PNG é o local onde decorre, por 365 dias por ano (por vezes mais) o grande arraial de metal, gradeamento, barras (umas horizontais outras verticais, outras um best of destas duas últimas), barrotes, bigornas, picos, arame (farpado ou esticado), vidro ...

Tinani!!, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Tinani!!

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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... view is AMAZING!  We can walk out our front door and see an amazing mountain range that runs down the middle of Papua New Guinea.  They guys also have an awesome view, and they don't have any trees in the way.  Yesterday we had time to ...

First Few Days, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

First Few Days

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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Hello!  we are all having a great time!  the internet here is terrible, so this will be really short again!  I am trying to get more infor out, but haven't quite gotten there!  i don't think there will be any pictures going out, but ...

Not much to blog....until the crane arrived, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Not much to blog....until the crane arrived

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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Breakfast at 7 again this morning I was thinking that there wouldn't be much for the blog, making cabinets, sewing cushions, erecting steel. That was the tone of the day until the crane showed up to lift the trusses into place. Dave R had been travelling ...

Farewell to PNG, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Farewell to PNG

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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Hey guys and gals! I cannot believe that this will be my last update from PNG! Time has flown by so quickly that it completely amazes me. We leave tomorrow afternoon and will stay in Port Moresby, PNG tomorrow night.  We will fly to Brisbane on ...

More facts and numbers about PNG life..., Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

More facts and numbers about PNG life...

A travel blog entry by joaopisco

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  Tanta riqueza de factos, números e material interessante sobre este país. E tudo resulta de observação quotidiana, é material altamente empírico. Neste momento, sou o humano mais alto a pisar solo neo-guineense (e veja-se que falamos ...

A new face, a new story, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

A new face, a new story

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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Maybe were just getting used to the place but nary a bloggable event happend Monday  so I thought I'd combine Monday and Tuesday. Monday we were blessed with cloud cover for most of the day, since the material for the church roof hasnt arrived yet, ...

Sunshine, sunburns, & a new church, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Sunshine, sunburns, & a new church

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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This morning I knew something was going to be different I couldn't put my finger on it until after breakfast of coffee, mangos, pinapple and of course snot rocks, the sun was shining. Since sunday its been overcast almost the entire time.  This ...

Cement and jais arden resort, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Cement and jais arden resort

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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This morning at 6 the humid air was stifling we knew we were in for a hot one, it was also cement day. While we were getting tools and equipment ready the news came of Henks new status of being a great grandfather, lots of whooping and congrats were in ...

Arrival in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Arrival in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea

A travel blog entry by crashdot

No idea what to expect, but expecting the worst. Lots of stories about crime. LOTS. We holed up in the hotel until Bill was due ...

Tinani everyone!!, Alotau, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Tinani everyone!!

A travel blog entry by mgibb05

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... were feeling overwhelmed that day." Well, I kept thinking."why wouldn't I want to do everything?!  I am in Papua New Guinea!  Of course I want to do everything!"  Haha.it's amazing how much the missionaries know about being worn out ...

In the shadow of a mountain, Bieng, Papua New Guinea travel blog

In the shadow of a mountain

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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Friday morning we loaded up the van and headed north west of Madang, when I mentioned the pot holes in Madang town, they were nothing compared to the holes on the way to Bogia the small town on opposite the island on the mainland shore. We drove about ...

Good friends and food, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Good friends and food

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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The last couple days are like a whirlwind, making preparations to go home, trying to get as much of house 14 finished as possible so Dave can have it ready by January, a trip to town to spend the remaining kina in our pockets as we search for authentic ...

Church is done, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Church is done

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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The church is finished, what a great day. There is a floor to be poured and some landscaping to be done but the original plan is complete,  the congregation will do the rest as funds allow. The have a permanent structure dedicated to be a church in ...

Vorsicht, Machete! Im Land der Huli, Tari, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Vorsicht, Machete! Im Land der Huli

A travel blog entry by johannesburges

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DER 41. TAG Warum sind wir nach Tari geflogen, in so eine entlegene Gegend? Warum landen wir in einer Region, die nicht bloß Dritte Welt ist, sondern eher Vierte Welt? Vor allem aus einem Grund: Hier leben die Huli, die Ureinwohner von Papua-Neuguinea. ...

Grand mosque (Conakry, Guinea), Conakry, Guinea travel blog

Grand mosque (Conakry, Guinea)

A travel blog entry by camilo9015

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The Conakry Grand Mosque (French: Grande mosquée de Conakry / Mosquée Fayçal) is a mosque in Conakry, Guinea. It was built by Ahmed Sékou Touré. It is the largest in West Africa. ...

Almost there, Madang, Papua New Guinea travel blog

Almost there

A travel blog entry by huronchapelpng

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 Sitting here Tuesday evening in Dave and Debs house, awaiting another delicious supper I can see the new church roof glistening in the sun, the entire roof isn't on but we are pleased with the progress, there is shade at the church site. The ...

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