Haus Poroman Lodge

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


A travel blog entry by n6tk on Nov 25, 2014

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... man's job is basically over once he's acquired a wife. All he has to do is bring in the firewood. The rest of his day's are spent hanging around with the guys, playing cards and poking around in the dirt with his toes. And that's the reason they chew betel nuts. They're a stimulant and without them the men's lives are so boring they can't keep awake.
Again at this lodge there is another fun hike through the woods. The path, slippery mud and slick rocks covered in ...


A travel blog entry by n6tk on Nov 24, 2014

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... they now have it close at hand. Before, they'd have to walk ten or fifteen minutes over steep terrain with a bucket. The staff has cut a magical trail through the woods with twists and turns and miles of steps. There are all kinds of unusual plants, a real gushing stream and a surprise around every corner. And there's solitude. One trip around the path buys you about nintey minutes of quiet.
There's also no television or internet here so ...

Culture and Crises

A travel blog entry by joanneandjean on Jul 15, 2014

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... a small boat, with a turtle recently caught for lunch, on route to a grand river to hunt for gold. We invited them for coffee later and was surprisedly happy when they showed up! Making for some of the gathering their first ever coffee was a true delight... for what is conventional in some places is a rare in others, for instance, when was the last time you cooked up turtle for lunch?!

We was invited to come to there jungle retreat the following day so ...

Pogla (Mudmen), Tukla & Komun villages

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Feb 11, 2014

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... 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 on Feb 10, 2014

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... 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 ...

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