Another action day in PNG today on True North. We arrived in Jacquinot Bay and were welcomed into a fantastic sing sing and show by the local school here.
Then over to a great waterfall just down the way for a very refreshing swim and interaction with some of the local elders and kids.
The elders and some of the kids were the best porters I have ever had. They insisted on carrying all of my kit and we went to both sides of the waterfall through some intense jungle. They were really interested in the process of compositions and keen to see the result and I must say that they were onto the various angles that worked!
The hunter in the second image was one of 2 brothers living on the beautiful and very remote Luscernque Islands. We dropped of a few fish for them and left them some rice.
If you look closely on the left hand side of the Luscernque Pano you can see the thatched hut that they were calling home for a few weeks. The fishing out there is very good which is the attraction to paddle over there from their home island which is a few islands further east.
We finished the day with another cracker dive and managed to play with a big turtle and had a 2.5 metre Bronze Whaler come into play as well.
Off to Rabaul tomorrow for some volcano action…whoohoo!