Have you ever seen the sun rise over Port Moresby city from the sea? It’s a magnificent golden glow that rises quickly in the east up over thesea and the brown hills, merges with the city night lights before absorbing it all effortlessly in its embrace. As the light becomes stronger, the city’s few high rise buildingssparkle across the harbour, the city becomes a giant shimmeringbeacon that draws its awakening people towards it.
Sunrise at Port Moresby waters ( Daugo Island, also known as Fisherman Isl). More pictures at the bottom of the post.
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Seven days is too short a time period to spend in Manus. There some great spots that I didn’t have the time to see.
Hot water streams and World War 2 relics, isolated caves with stalagmites and islands of pearly white beaches and undiscovered world war bunkers and sunken ships.
But what I have seen has been quite spectacular. I find myself constantly asking, why can’t I capture on my digital camera, what my eyes sees.
Sparkly emerald green and clear sea that leads to beaches of the finest sand.
For example, Rarar Island and its amazing beach.
Rarar Island Beach
Rarar Island’s beach is (to me anyway) a better experience than Wom beach in Wewak. Some may argue that I am wrong, Rarar beach is too small, it’s not long enough etc, etc…but Rarar offers one thing that Wom does not. [Read more →]