Holiday Inn Port Moresby

Address: Waigani Drive and Wards Road, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Waigani Drive and Wards Road, Port Moresby, is near Kabaira Dive Rabaul, Mount Wilhelm, and Tufi Wharf.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Moresby

    Papua New Guinea Part 2: East Cape & Kokoda Track

    A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on May 27, 2014

    41 photos

    ... German words along with Melanesian words. Some fun words we found perusing the internet: “Haus sik” means hospital (from “house sick”) and “haus dok sik” means animal hospital (from “house dog sick”). A bank is “haus moni.” Toothpaste is “sop bilong tit” (from “soap belong teeth”). Some of the words are disturbing throwbacks to a different era. For example, foreign visitors are addressed as ...

    Colourful Capital City

    A travel blog entry by suffolk-twosome on Apr 03, 2014

    ... in Moresby....
    We saw a variety of creatures and birds-some of them we knew and enjoyed ourselves despite the 90% humidity and 30 degree heat.

    After our chips and was food of a very limited menu we left early for the ship. Thanks to the local agents' planning we surprised the whole boat. They smiled and we found our air conditioned ...

    Papua New Guinea!!

    A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Feb 03, 2014

    3 photos

    ... sunny, with very little wind. The city sits on a nice ocean bay and is surrounded by beautiful mountains. The beautiful natural setting contrasts with its consistent rating as one of the most dangerous and violent cities in the world — right up there with Johannesburg. The political and economic issues here are numerous. Extensive government corruption, minimal economic opportunity for the indigenous people, 1,800 different tribes, over 800 ...

    Wild Honey (Papua New Guinea)

    A travel blog entry by fraser_belinda on Oct 28, 2013

    89 photos

    ... man wants is imported, and the mining industry has brought in a shtload of expats on high wages who consume it all.

    We received many many warnings from our host, busdrivers, policeman and the man on the street. Even though there is 'raw material' out there and plenty of rascals, all the people we encountered were very welcoming, warm, open, helpful, friendly and eager to converse. Very nice people and we'll definitely come back to stay longer and explore the ...

    Life in the Fast Lane

    A travel blog entry by penmarshall on Jun 14, 2013

    1 comment, 73 photos

    ... often built their villages on the outskirts of the Motu villages, grew food in the poor soil and traded vegetables for fish but the Motu still wanted sago. What they did have access to though was good clay for making cooking pots, a scarcity along the south coast. So the Morsbi Motu became expert potters.

    The Motu were skilled boat builders and sailors. They built large multi hulled boats, lakatoi (lagatoi), which they used to trade these clay pots for sago with the people in ...