Kavieng Hotel

Address: Kavieng, Papua New Guinea | Hotel
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        Lissenyng Island Resort

        A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Feb 15, 2014

        12 photos

        ... of these during this visit). We did enjoy the chance to see some big schools of barracuda, lots of medium sized reef sharks, and many different soft corals, as well. On two of our dives, we had the chance to dive with very strong currents, which was a first for Keely and Alyssa, and we all resolved to purchase reef hooks (to allow us to hold our position on the reef in the midst of a strong current) before our next dive trip, this summer).

        Last night we ...

        Hornbill Shenanigans or ATTACK OF THE DEMON BIRD!

        A travel blog entry by theevans on Oct 16, 2013

        3 comments, 100 photos

        ... to hang from its beak all day rather than lie down (very weird to see), a dog that looks like it's a dog/pig cross because it's legs are short and deformed, it's tail is thin and curly and it's fat and pink with a few blonde hairs (really ugly and rather disturbing-looking!). There is also an albatross-looking bird that sits on the welcome sign all day and night, heaps of ugly geese and several exotic birds around about (one bird in particular springs to ...

        Just how many shades of blue/green are there?

        A travel blog entry by penmarshall on Jul 23, 2012

        41 photos

        ... on Saturday 12th May so off we went a little early. Guess what, we saw Myf and Peter again! We've seen more of them since being up here than when we were in Queanbeyan and they were in Sydney!

        On the Sunday we journeyed up to the Sunshine Coast to visit more of Mark's family. 1st stop was Buderim to have lunch with his Auntie Shirley. We spent a couple of hours with her before pushing on to Yandina Creek where Mark's cousin, Sandra and her husband Mark, live. Wow what a ...

        Bilas Peles

        A travel blog entry by thurls on Jun 12, 2012

        57 photos

        ... and other simple ingredients. It was really sad when I had to leave on Monday morning and they presented me with some really special gifts. It was hell trying to get transport back into town because of the Public holiday but eventually flagged down a transport truck and got back before lunch time.

        This final week, I made sure I spent a couple of lazy afternoons down at Nusa resort. Relaxing with a stubbie in a deck chair with ...

        Papua New Guinea – Part 3: Reflections

        A travel blog entry by seanandnyssa on Jun 08, 2012

        6 photos

        ... period also sees a spike in violence. We were there about a month before the election proper, and there were still stories in the newspapers of irregularities in electoral rolls and even one candidate abducting another candidate. At the final count 3,500 candidates stood for 109 seats! After the election results are announced, there follows a tricky period of coalition building, as in the absence of dominant political parties, groups of MPs try to band together to ...