Haus Poroman Lodge

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

Rabaul, Papua New Guinea

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jul 28, 2015

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... near the levels it was at pre-eruption. During the eruption, the capital of the island was moved to Kokopo, located about 12 miles away. Rabaul is not likely to regain any significant levels of importance since it is, due to its position on the edge of the Rabaul caldera, continually threatened with volcanic activity.

Rabaul was previously called Simpsonhafen, when it was the centre of control for the German ...

Top Ten Attractions Papua New Guinea

A travel blog entry by travelezeuk on Jul 27, 2015

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... It runs for a glorious 1,126km from the heights of the Victor Emanuel Range down to the Bismarck Sea. It is thought that this may be the largest uncontaminated freshwater system in the entire Asia-Pacific Region.

Kokoda Track

One of the best treks in the country, the Kokoda Track takes you on an amazing single-file foot path for ninety-six kilometres through the breathtaking Owen Stanley Range.



A travel blog entry by n6tk on Nov 25, 2014

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... steep and treacherous. It passes a roaring waterfall and then crosses a suspension bridge made out of poles and and bits of wood held together with strips of bark. I felt quite brave until I got about half way across when the floor seemed to be not quite as sturdy as at either end. But I'm here to tell about it so the bulding technique and materials must be sound. And it's a gorgeous trek through the rainforest. PNG by the way has the third largest rainforest in the ...

Into the hills

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Nov 24, 2014

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... much have to entertain yourself. Check out the flower gardens, have a cup of tea and watch the clouds roll through the valley, although the sky is pretty clear by mid morning, or just snooze. The day's tempo is set by the light, rather than your favourite news show. So, dinner at six, when the light is just starting to fade, bed at eight because it's pitch dark and then you're up with the birds at five. This set the pace for the entire trip through ...

Culture and Crises

A travel blog entry by joanneandjean on Jul 15, 2014

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... show us how they make fire here. Proper!
Moving slowly down the expansive river we listened to the sounds of the jungle in the full glory of bird calls. I could not escape the imagery of entering my own; Heart of Darkness, as we creeped deeper into the core of the jungle. My sense were alive with obscure sensations, eventually we reached the Papuan’s. With one lone female in the group of 6 men my attention could not help but focus on this dark eyed lady, ...

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