Much maligned and so very different to anywhere else.Exotic and unspoiled as yet.800 different languages and nearly the same with cultures.A country where you will experience the 'unexpected'. Not a place for the timid,show offs or hygiene worriers.Not cheap either.But get in touch with the people , relax and you will have the time of your life.Poor timetables and a relaxed attitude is what you get.Some of the best unspoiled and unsullied diving in the world.Walindi dive on New Britain is good.I have lived and worked there for twenty years and loved every moment.My wife is from the Eastern Highlands near Goroka but Ive been to the islands and their life styles are from the past. Coral beaches of pure white sand and no one there ! Blue clean seas and around 30 degrees!Try it and live life on the edge for a change.See if you can locate the ,Duke of York Islands on Google ?
by ngureco 6 years ago
Are The People Of Guinea (Africa) Related To The People Of Papua New Guinea (Australia)?Do Not Confuse with Guinea-Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Guyana or even Ghana.
by Bernard Sinai 6 years ago
What do you know about my country, Papua New Guinea?What facts do you know about Papua New Guinea (PNG)? Tell me what you know about my country.
by Tonybevington 8 years ago
Having lived,worked and married there I find PNG the most fantastic place in this world.How I now survive living in the UK I do not know!I would return tomorrow if the chance presented itself. Certainly to live there one needs a relaxed and easy going attitude to life and the association you have...
by Ian D Hetri 4 years ago
From the top of your head, do you know where Papua New Guinea is located?
by paarsurrey 8 years ago
Hi friendsIt is a wrong notion that Islam spread with sword or bloodshed. Islam never needed it; Islam’s brilliant teachings are sufficient to convince anybody for its natural spread.This can be well observed from the following article:Islam in OceaniaIslam in Oceania refers to Islam and Muslims...
by Gordon Hamilton 6 years ago
When I received the e-mail today telling me about this, I thought it was a sick joke. Sadly, I have now established that it's not - it's very real.Loch Etive is a sea loch on the West Coast of Scotland, one of the very few which remains as it has been since time immemorial. I know it very well and...
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