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Expedition 5 blog

Papua New Guinea in the bag . . .

Chiming pierced the air, shaking us both from our frail slumber. Daybreak was upon us and the occupants of Winima all stirring to find out what the commotion was about. Like a shot Hennis (our guide) slipped from the grass roofed wooden house we slept in and made his way towards the high-pitched hubbub. In silence Lou and I started [...]

By | May 21st, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|Comments Off on Papua New Guinea in the bag . . .

The journey through Papua New Guinea continues . . .

The cataclysmic downpour that accompanied our mountain descent to Zenag had changed the bush tracks to ravenous torrents of water. We slipped, skated and fell our entire descent. By the time we had reached the settlement, we were soaked, exhausted and our bodies completely pulverized. Our cameras, sat phones and remaining electrical items were almost completely depleted from the extended [...]

By | May 14th, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on The journey through Papua New Guinea continues . . .

Fast flowing rivers, swamps and fatigue

We both agreed that a days rest was needed. The previous days 57km yomp had taken its toll on our bodies and some R and R made the prospect of the next leg feel slightly more feasible. We had a chat to our contact. A short chap with a pot belly called Wikki, he was the assistant manager of the [...]

By | May 3rd, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|Comments Off on Fast flowing rivers, swamps and fatigue

DANGEROUS HIGHWAY AND BLOOD FEUDS

THE WORLD MOST DANGEROUS HIGHWAY AND BLOOD FEUDS Our first phase complete, we headed down the Finsterre mountain range into the vast open expanse of the Ramu Valley. As we reached closer to the highway that cuts through the valley our nerves and trepidation grew. We were nearing one of the most dangerous roads in Ïthe world were hold ups, [...]

By | April 27th, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|Comments Off on DANGEROUS HIGHWAY AND BLOOD FEUDS

Dense Jungle, friendly locals and munitions dump!

Aesui - Bipa Today we woke at 0600 and packed our kit away aiming to leave Aesui at 0630, breakfast consisted of a bowl of steamed bananas. Stanley said to us "This is for breakfast and lunch". "No lunch! This is going to be horrendous." I said to Ant joking but also being deadly serious at the same time.  We [...]

By | April 23rd, 2017|Categories: Live Blog|Comments Off on Dense Jungle, friendly locals and munitions dump!

Papua New Guinea – Arrival

Arriving in Madang  We arrived in Madang, a small bush airport on the north coast of Papua New Guinea (PNG). We were greeted by a tall man and his wife. Jude was his name, a Doctor here in Madang, his wife was called Ann. They drove us back to their home on the outskirts on the main town. As we [...]

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