Shady Rest Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... front talon. The cassowary swallows most of its food whole. We tossed fruits the size of lemons into its cage and saw them move en-bloque down its throat. In addition to fruits and veggies, the birds also eat rodents and even puppies. Warren had somehow been given the bird as a baby and now is stuck with it. He tried to release it a few years ago but it came back. The bird is too dangerous to be let out of its cage so there it must stay.
Later in the week, we decided ...
... really like to, it is too dangerous to do so. Apparently, the tribal hostility between his tribe and the neighboring tribe is so intense that if he were to visit his native village, he risks being captured and even killed while on the way there, or on the way back. He said the tribes here never forget their enemies, even ancient ones, and that bloodlines are very strong. Interestingly enough, we will be visiting this remote area of the country in ...
... feet in the mud, playing soccer with the kids in the villages, wiping the ass with leaves, morning washes in the refreshing rivers, beautiful butterflies landing fearless on our heads, a plethora of amazing views and sooooo manyyy smiles!!!
The Kokoda hike was an amazing experience!
Endless ups and downs, slippery paths, a million creeks, breathtaking scenery, idyllic villages, rustic campsites, malicious mozzies, towering trees, pouring rain, scorching sun ...
As much as Pete and I love travelling, planes just don't seem to agree with us any more. The past 3 flights we've been on (NZ, Melbourne, PNG) have all gone wrong - one we missed because we got our dates mixed up, the next one the computers went down and all Virgin flights were cancelled, and THIS time we were delayed for hours because the head Steward didn't show up for work!
Anyway, we did finally make it to Moresby and ...
Greetings once again from Xavier Institute in Bomana. I haven't travelled by plane since I came back from Mt Hagen and Mingende. It is hot today after a lot of rain last night. Apparently it is not nearly as hot as it gets in January but I still find it very steamy. Thanks for the comments to earlier blogs. It is lovely to read the messages.
I told you in the last blog that I had gone to Parliament House with a ...