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07 February 2015

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Mathias - Great evaluation from your side room. I wish you all could accompany me one day on the track to Porol as it is only two hours walk.

But you will have a great scenery and views of your country Kia and Keri, the steep mountains of Yopai and Wara Sua.

As I am reading this I am looking at Porol from my room in Warasimbu now. I always wanted to make that track but never did. Sooner!

Jimmy, nice ending to a very exciting day up and over the Chimbu limestone formation to Mai and Parua.

John, it's better to accompany me for such a remarkable track. The pathway is formed and its quite fascinating to take a trip up to Porol top. It is a superb view overlooking all of Simbu and Jiwaka.

Jimmy - are you contemplating forming a trek club for this route? Would love to join you some day!

Great Robin. It's always arduous to walk the terrain, slopes and mountains of Simbu. It is good exercise to train our lungs to beat as fast as young horses.

My aged lungs ache to think of doing such an arduous trek. Glad you made it, Jimmy.

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