Loloata Island Resort

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

      Port Moresby-- and Egma's Story

      A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Nov 25, 2014

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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 ...

      Papua New Guinea Part 2: East Cape & Kokoda Track

      A travel blog entry by travelingamanda on May 27, 2014

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      ... 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 ...

      Papua New Guinea!!

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

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      ... 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

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      ... 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 ...

      Fear & Loathing in PNG

      A travel blog entry by jules_young on Oct 23, 2013

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      ... gist of what they're saying if you listen hard. The highlight of the trip was visiting the two villages - Hanuabada Village and Vabukori Village. Everywhere I was greated with huge smiles and hellos. They obviously get very few foreigners visiting as there was no begging or pedalling of tourist tat. The poverty is obvious, though. My guide estimated that only 40% of the population in Port Moresby are employed and these villages tend to be where ...