Experiences in Papua New Guinea.

To know a place very well is to come to visit that place most often. Touring and lodging both have become a popular past time for alot of people. The biggest desire of such people is to know what is happening and why something is happening at a particular place. If you have been handed a chance to roam the Pacific, you may have heard of this country. A country with about 860 languages, ethnicity, locality and riches in nature, both land and sea. Well, talking about a single country with a multiple language differences, you’re talking about Papua New Guinea.

This Gif shows something that appears really like the nature that I’ve come across while in PNG.

Peaceful and quiet are the areas out there. Perfect for studying and anything.

Published by Israel TIUNGA

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