Rabaul is a place that has been on my bucket list for years. Mainly because of the volcanic activity, but also because it's in Papua New Guinea and because of where in the world it is. To me Rabaul is one of the ultimate exotic locations you can go to! The harbour is spectacular! Rabaul … Continue reading OMG!! I’m in PNG! Part Five: Always Rumbling Rabaul
While we were supposed to go to Kitava, another island of the Trobiands, there was a quick change of plan. It looked like the weather was going to be against us, so it was decided that instead of a day in Kitava, we would do scenic cruising into the extinct volcano that is Garove island, … Continue reading OMG!! I’m in PNG! Part Four: Gorgeous Garove Island
And so I find myself listening to the anchor dropping at the next stop on this amazing trip through Papua New Guinea. Yesterday we were in Doini Island, the day before in Alotau and today we are in the beautiful island of Kiriwina, in the Trobriand Island group in the Solomon Sea. The Trobriand island group … Continue reading OMG!! I’m in PNG! Part Three: One of a kind Kiriwina
The beautiful resort island of Doini (also known as Blanchard Island) is in the Samarai island group of the Louisiade archipelago in the Milne bay province. It is a privately owned resort (www.doiniisland.com) and before that it was a coconut plantation. Being it was a privately owned resort island, we thought it was safe enough that … Continue reading OMG I’m in PNG! Part Two: Delightful Doini Island
Come on a journey with me through amazing Alotau!
And so I find myself again on the beautiful sun princess. She's one of the older ships of the fleet, but still beautiful. Built in 1995 at Ficantieri ship yard in Italy and launched in 1996. She has a capacity of 2010 passengers and 924 crew. In October 2007, Sun Princess was the largest ship ever to … Continue reading The Seagoing Wife
This is truly one bucket list experience you have to have!
What interesting things can you find in Whitter, AK?
Wow what a view! And to think this whole town is abandoned….. Would you believe me if I told you there is an abandoned village looking right at Etna? Trillion dollar views in both summer and winter, but the only beings that frequent the church and school house are the cows? This is 100% true … Continue reading Abandoned but amazing!
I am a huge believer in trying new things. In all my travels, I've learned that the cleanest and most expensive looking isn't always best. Follow the locals - Where it's full you have a) a high turnover of food and b) it's got to be really good. So, at this point I will probably … Continue reading Achille’s of Via Plebiscito