Staying in the resort was a couple from Japan, they were on their honeymoon and had asked if it was possible to go through a local Jungle Wedding ceremony, and the resort obliged. The resort had done nothing like this before. They invited the entire guest list to the ceremony pool side at approximately two in the afternoon.
At the corner of the dogleg is a pile of cast off old skulls. I do not remember seeing human’s skulls before, especially like this. Just in a haphazard heap they had a grey clay sort of look to them, the view was awe-inspiring.
We went snorkelling Boia Boia Waga for the day, it was certainly some of the best I have done. It was a beautiful day out on a very small island at the most eastern tip of PNG mainland. The trip was pure magic; it gave me a perspective of an environment where there are no modern facilities at all. No …Continue reading →
The hop from Cairns to Port Moresby is quite short. I’d always imagined PNG to be a wet, a hot steamy and stormy jungle sort of a climate but arriving in POM (Port Moresby) it appeared the complete opposite. The country side is dry and the grasses and bushes appear as if a big bush fire had just rushed through. …Continue reading →