Holiday Inn Port Moresby
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... have learned to know her and protect her.
One of the first trainings she did was in Tali. The group was responsive and enthusiastic, and she had no idea that one of the lady participants was the local witchdoctor until the week was almost over! That day one of the participants told her that she had a bad headache, and that she had gone for help to the witchdoctor. This witchdoctor however, told her that since being in this training she realized that her ...
... check in as baggage half falling apart cardboard boxes that contain plants. Imagine trying to check into United Airlines in SFO with a small tree in a cardboard box! Also, airport security is an amusing farce. The X-ray machine is usually broken. To resolve this, the security guard picks up your bag at the top of the x-ray machine and carries it around to the bottom of the machine and places it back on the conveyor belt for you. He doesn't open or even shake your bag. And ...
... us that her family and about 100 other families have been given 45 days to leave their homes to the demolition crews-- the land they are on has been sold to develop a 5 star hotel! However, with a radiant smile she told us of God's goodness, as she will be able to relocate on the land of one of our initial CHE contacts here in the city, and much closer to the settlements where she ...
Arrived on a pleasant flight from Brisbane to POM. Turns out the First Officer was Philippe Sialis son of medical doctor parents we worked with here in the country. Mother was the first female PNGer to graduate from medicine. Father was Secretary of Health back in those days. Philippe stayed with us as a kid for a swim meet that Tim and Tera competed with him in Goroka. Apparently Captain of the Bali flight is a former kid of a colleague we worked withheld as ...
... died today.
Simple words that speak volumes.
By this point in the day Pete and I were absolutely melting with the heat and completely sapped of energy. A swim in the pool, a cuppa and a good lie down was in order!
Tomorrow we are going to check out some markets in the morning then we fly North to New Ireland to Kavieng and the Pacific experience (snorkelling, kayaking and the rest!) Can't wait!