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  • PNG ArtArt is a very important way Papua New Guineans express their cultural heritage. It is an area I would like to explore more, to understand its meaning. Below I will share some of the snaps I was able to Posted by cjn in Catherine and Jon's adventures in PNG | Jun 3, 2011
  • Betel nut for beginners - PNG Style Prior to visiting PNG for the first time the Australian scientist and writer Tim Flannery had heard the tales of savagery and violence about the land he was about to visit. Despite th Posted by cjn in Catherine and Jon's adventures in PNG | Jun 1, 2011
  • The Laurabada winds are blowingToday the winds are blowing; they started on Friday heralding the change of the season here in Moresby. Port Moresby apparently has six seasons which are largely influenced by the way the winds are blowing. Jon remembers his father teaching Posted by cjn in Catherine and Jon's adventures in PNG | May 25, 2011
  • Our first week in PNGNow I’m sure you will all be pleased to know that the front page of today’s paper announced “Ramu Sugar back on sale” the sugar shortage will soon be over. This exciting news bumped the news of the opposition party Posted by cjn in Catherine and Jon's adventures in PNG | May 12, 2011
  • Arriving in the land of the unexpected Welcome to our new travel blog – this time we have travelled to the ‘land of the unexpected’ – Papua New Guinea (PNG). Jon had been asked to come up here for an AusAid project, which Posted by cjn in Catherine and Jon's adventures in PNG | May 6, 2011
  • Training for the Kokoda Trail===I've been doing most of my training on my own so I'm trying to mix it up... gym sessions include Pump classes (weights), Boxing, Yoga and I've just started doing some cardio work on the bike, rowing machine and treadmill. Posted by TiNaKo in Kokoda Trail | Feb 18, 2011
  • Third Year in TapiniWell just last week I started my third year in Tapini. Last year my biggest job for the year was my landscaping project. Over 9 months the students and I took the block of jungle next to the music room and Posted by tonybozz in Tapini, PNG | Feb 8, 2012
  • A Typical Day in TapiniI usually wake up at 4:30am and think “ah good, I still have one more hour before I wake up - again”. By 5:30 I’m awake and 15 minutes later the wake up bell rings. If I’m on duty (usually Posted by tonybozz in Tapini, PNG | Jun 23, 2009
  • After 9 months Much patience is required here in Tapini: - Telephones have been out for 6 months and there is no revival in sight. - Teachers turn up 2 – 4 weeks late for work each term. - Teachers constantly hold onto your class for an extra 15 Posted by tonybozz in Tapini, PNG | Jan 9, 2009
  • Further Adventures in Papau New Guinea After a month there, PNG has become one of our favouritte places and we're already planning to return some day when we've saved enough! We spent this trip on the coast, where people live the same Posted by DanSue in Wonderlust | Sep 15, 2008
  • Papau New GuineaWe had a great last night in New Zealand, on Hot Water Beach. There's hot rocks under the sand which you can feel with your feet walking along certain parts - you're suddenly unable to stand there it's so hot. Posted by DanSue in Wonderlust | Aug 10, 2008
  • The Golden Dawn - Jacquie's PerspectiveForgive me bloggers, for I have sinned. It has been three weeks since my last blog entry . . . Three weeks! I wish I could say that I've been on vacation (I know, how laughable is it Posted by jacquiedro in travelling right, travelling light | Nov 22, 2007
  • Finally, Eastern Fields: Golden Dawn Part IIAfter six days steaming up and down the coast of Papua New Guinea just south of Port Moresby, the capital, we headed out for the Eastern Fields, a 98 nautical mile ride southwest, which would take almost 12 hours. Posted by lloydthyen in travelling right, travelling light | Nov 22, 2007
  • Cyclone Divers: Golden Dawn Part IMonths of anticipation as we travelled the globe brought us finally to Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea for our 10 day live-aboard scuba diving trip. On arrival, rain greeted us, and has since not stopped. Once on the Posted by lloydthyen in travelling right, travelling light | Nov 17, 2007
  • Papua New Guinea part IITo start with, I will give you my complimentary in-depth expert analysis of PNG: PNG could be an incredible wealthy country, with major natural resources including gold, oil, natural recources and tourism potential. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.c Posted by Sander938 in South Pacific and The Philippines | Jun 24, 2007
  • Papua New Guinea: expect the unexpectedAfter the founder/owner of this website wrote me a very positive email on my Solomons story and featured my pictures on the homepage, I got new inspiration for writing the first part of my PNG trip. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/72984/Pictur Posted by Sander938 in South Pacific and The Philippines | Jun 8, 2007
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