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17 February 2017

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Thank you Elizabeth, Joe and John for your thoughtful comments. I will print this article with your comments and circulate them to the Simbu Administrator and others like I did with the first article for their perusal and digestion of the importance of Keith and his family's visit to Simbu and the opportunity that comes with and do something about it.

Like the rest of PNG, there are so many attractions in Chimbu. Above all, Papua New Guinean's are very giving people.

In the early 1990s I took a dozen guys (two local tourists and ten expats from ten countries) to the top of Mt. Wilhelm.

Some of them were initially apprehensive about going to Chimbu, but in the end, they had the most memorable time. So much potential...

Great for Tourism. Great for writing. Great for whatever else that creative and innovative minds focus their energy on. They say sky is the limit but really the sky is pure space, representing infinite possibilities...

Hopefully the provincial govt officials come around. People to people contact between PNG and Australia is needed to foster our ongoing ties.

A great opportunity indeed, for the Simbu province. The Administration of the day should embrace it, and grab the opportunity with both hands.

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