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Papua New Guinea 2000 Land

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  • A real croc head graced the bar – a charming fellow!
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  • Ambrose with his wife and children
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  • A boatmaker and his son
  • The boatmaker’s tool
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  • A public bus bounced past us as we bounced from pothole to pothole
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  • We met the bridge engineer, who was working on repairs to one of his bridges
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  • Every dancer had his own ceremonial wig
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  • The feathers used on the wigs are mostly from various Birds of Paradise
  • Jon with 3 of the dancers
  • The feast included whole pigs cooked in ground in traditional luau fashion
  • Three of the village women invited me to try some of their bacon
  • A father with his kids
  • This man, a friend of Peter’s, gave us some pandanus fruit to try – very tasty!
  • A young woman out walking her pigs
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