HA this is a funny picture because, we left the ship in the early morning that day becacuse the ship was suppose to go out to anchor in the afternoon. It was suppose to leave at 1pm, but we came down out of the mountains and saw the ship leaving.... we ( the ship ) were asked to leave early. So needless to say we missed out ride. But it was ok they arranged a small boat for us to get back to the ship.
Greetings From Rabaul PNG March 6th 2008 Well Welcome to the second port of out PNG time. It has been amazing time. Rabaul is so great. The area is so nice with nature and what not. There was an active volcano about 1 hour walk from the ship. There was also a nice mountain right in front of the ship. I did a bunch of early morning hikes in the past few weeks. Its great, get up early before it get to hot and go out hiking ! I hope yo ... read more
Oceania » Papua New Guinea » East New Britain » Rabaul The eastern half of the island of New Guinea - second largest in the world - was divided between Germany (north) and the UK (south) in 1885. The latter area was transferred to Australia in 1902, which occupied the northern portion during World War I ... ... read more