Treehouse Village Resort

Address: Beach Front, Kavieng, 631, Papua New Guinea | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beach Front, Kavieng.
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        Travel Blogs from Kavieng

        Lissenyng Island Resort

        A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Feb 15, 2014

        12 photos

        ... offer free internet access (although it is painfully slow).

        We enjoyed two dives each day of our stay, with the exception of our last day, when we did a shallow beach dive, due to our early morning flight out the next morning, and the required time interlude to avoid unpleasant decompression complications). The diving is very interesting, with many large fish, as well as nudibranchs, large schools of different fish, and seahorses (unfortunately, we didn't ...

        Hornbill Shenanigans or ATTACK OF THE DEMON BIRD!

        A travel blog entry by theevans on Oct 16, 2013

        3 comments, 100 photos

        ... was the first one we saw and had a high peaked roof and a large verandah out the front - gorgeous! Mum and Dad's was built out over the pristine, fish-filled water and all around the Retreat there were animals of various kinds wandering about. The place is not just a retreat for people, but also for several injured and deformed animals that have been rescued from the neighbouring villages. There was a white cockatoo with broken wings and only one leg ...

        Just how many shades of blue/green are there?

        A travel blog entry by penmarshall on Jul 23, 2012

        41 photos

        ... to engage with the local communities and look at some of the projects the Kokoda Initiative are responsible for. A good time was had by all!

        The group was due to fly into POM on Friday morning and I waited with my heart in my mouth to see if this was going to be THE occasion when the flight was on time. Mark and I were due to fly out to Brisbane Friday afternoon. Mark was due in Canberra the following Wednesday but his mother's sister died on the Gold Coast and the funeral ...

        Bilas Peles

        A travel blog entry by thurls on Jun 12, 2012

        57 photos

        ... down to the next generation through their mothers. Saturday night they put on a small fundraiser for Jeferey’s boxing team and the place was packed with villagers huddled around the small screen watching movies until the early hours of the morning. We spent the long Sunday afternoon drinking and laughing around by the beach with some of the guys. That night I was given a humble but heartfelt send off dinner with the crabs I ...

        Papua New Guinea – Part 3: Reflections

        A travel blog entry by seanandnyssa on Jun 08, 2012

        6 photos

        ... br> Papua New Guinea essentially feels like a collection of diverse groups rather than a nation as such, and this is played out in its politics. When we arrived in PNG, the country was preparing for an election. Getting the population registered is a hard enough task, let alone collecting the votes. For this reason, the election actually takes place over a period of six weeks, as planes fly to the far reaches of the country to pick up ballot boxes. ...

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