Gateway Hotel & Apartments
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... this with complete decorum.
PNG Pidgin (called “tok pisin” from “talk pidgin”) is a very interesting language. It’s the most widely used language in the country. When two people don’t have the same tribal language (their “tok ples” for “talk place”) they usually speak pidgin. PNG Pidgin developed from the English spoken on sugar cane and coconut plantations in colonial times. It also contains a large ...
... village poles.
It also had some local attendants with whom we chatted.
On to the Botanical gardens and the National orchid Garden-orchids are the national flower, of course and are found in every conceivable place. Wer were shown around by a delightful girl who showed great courtesy and helpfulness. We went into avaries(cages not our scene as you know) but ...
Perfect time to leave Cairns! It poured rain all night, and another cyclone warning has been issued for the area. We were so blessed to have good weather while we were here (on the land portion of the trip! Admittedly, the large swells on the boat trip were exciting, and sub-optimal).
The flight to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea is only a short one hour and 45 minutes, but it is a world away from Australia. Amazingly enough, the weather is very ...
What a glorious little dip in the adventures of cultural exploration!
Way too little time to really understand what is happening here, but we still managed to get some understanding of PNG life.
Most of our time we spend on the notorious Kokoda Trail and the equally notorious capital, Port Moresby. Voted continuously in the top 3 least livable cities in the world due to the high crime rates and a huge cost of living. Expenses are high because almost everything ...
... 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 ...