Madang Resort Hotel
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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Travel Blogs from Madang
... Town itself is straining with the influence of the new resource development, specifically the Nickel mine. We stayed at the very relaxing SIL Guest house right on the ocean front. The coast here is very rocky, and not conducive to swimming or even walking far, but the ocean breeze and the calm lapping of the waves is sheer delight. The local people tend to go out and do their work between 6:00-10:00 am, and disappear from the heat of the sun after that ...
... chewing betel nuts, made me
wonder if the truth about Papua New Guinea's life is hidden in the
several hours of walking on the dusty roads of the town of Madang,
Willsz, a local who escorted us the whole day asked his brother
-in-law to give us a lift back to the ship. It turned out that his
brother -in-law, Alphonse knew the people we met at the Supermarket
in town. Alphonse's sister is married to Amit, ...
DAY 47 ….. February 20th ….. At Sea
DAY 48 ….. February 21st ….. Madang, Papua New Guinea
We really enjoyed Madang.Couldn’t put a finger on exactly why, but it is a combination of beautiful islands and bays, again lush flora and the mountains in the background plus a sense that it was a little more affluent than Alotau.
There is also a ...
... lots of interesting noises in the jungle, including later that night, lying awake in the pitch black. Fortunately, the noises are pretty much all insects, frogs, toads, bats, birds, and perhaps some possums and rats; there are no large animals in PNG. I also never saw a snake, and they didn’t talk about them – not sure I want to know! It was incredibly hot, humid, and still; I don’t think I’ve ever sweated ...
... G4S does big business in PNG!) and big fences - our trip to the supermarket one day was halted while three vehicles full of armed guards arrived to collect the day’s takings.
To be honest, the very obvious security measures made us feel a little uneasy. There was also a heightened tension in the town because elections were happening soon after our visit. On our first day ...