Gateway Hotel & Apartments
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- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... for the population with a high productivity at a low price. So we started talking about PNG. I have asked him a million questions about the country. Meanwhile airline announcement. We will leave with 2.5 h delay. Phil offered to drive me to the hotel in Port Moresby. I told him, I have already a pick-up arrangement via the hotel. He said, due to the delay they won't be there. Then he also offered to have dinner together in the evening.
... of Health Promotions. All three of these people are advocates of CHE and are good friends. Ken was a student of ours and colleague in Goroka, now promoted to this Health executive position at National Health Headquarters. He introduced us to everyone as "my mentors and spiritual parents!" ...
... 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 ...
... A large Dakota airport was suspended right on wires outside the window! Perhaps that's what they do here.
Onward then to the National Museum. We were told that we would spend 2 hours here but after 1 hour the local guide asked us to get back in the bus! That was the pattern of the morning-Moresby style. The museum had wonderful musical instruments, canoes, masks ...
... 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 ...