Haus Poroman Lodge

Mount Hagen, Papua New Guinea | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mount Hagen

Pogla (Mudmen), Tukla & Komun villages

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... identifying a future that is different from traditional village life. Unlike many of the villages in India, here in PNG, even in the remote wilds of Karawari, the residents of the villages have more than enough food, good shelter, and are surrounded by family and friends. Here in Hagen, there are also schools that allow them to pursue education, and universities are available in town, only an hour walk from the villages.

Our first village is Pogla, ...

Mount Hagen

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14


... the plane. Apparently, a plane lands here once or twice a week, on average, but there are many weeks when no plane lands here. The people here are so kind and friendly, it is hard to think of them killing and eating their enemies, but that was a different time...

Our plane lands, and George is ready to take us to Mt. Hagen, our next, and final, mainland PNG destination. George lives in Hagen, but says it is a very rough place, with very little for him to do ...

Mingende and Mt Hagen

A travel blog entry by liz.dowling


... Mingende, which is about two hours drive from Hagen on the way to Goroka. Hopefully the map will show you Mt Hagen and Goroka. Some of the road was OK but in places there were huge holes and craters in the road, or the road was washed away. The roads back in Port Moresby seem wonderful in comparison.
A group of the young religious from the highlands who are in various stages of formation gathered for the week and we explored the Gospel of ...

Geographic Affects

A travel blog entry by connorbennett


Papua New Guinea has quite a substantial different life style then the United States. After seeing the clips of the country, it is clear that the nation is extremely far behind other nations from a technology and wealth standpoint.
Professor Dimand explains that the geography of a country is vital in a countries technological development. When a country has the geography where food is not ...

Guns germs and steel

A travel blog entry by jessicalois

In class we watched the movie Guns Germs and Steel. This movie takes place in Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea is a country that is not as advanced as the U.S. Professor Diamond took us through the daily lives of these people and how hard they work just to have food for their family. The people of Papua New Guinea have to hunt and gather for their food and work a lot harder then we do. Professor Diamond thinks Geography has a very big impact on why ...


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