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24 February 2017

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Great read! Inspiring

Thanks Phil for the story. Thanks Robin for the comment.

This piece and many more of my travel stories including this one are in my book 'I can see my country clearly now.' Yasowa Kome still keeps on expanding the property.

Yasowa Kome's picture is the last one at the bottom right hand corner at the back cover of the book. The only outlet in PNG to see the book is at the UPNG Bookshop in Port Moesby.

Some copies are also sold by a friend and former school mate, Paul Penian in front of the Boroko Post Office.

Paul Penian nearly broke his neck when he slid down a coconut tree at what looked like 100 miles an hour when he tried to escape from bits from thousands of red ants at the top of the tree when he was trying to harvest the nuts.

I wrote about our student day adventures in my first ever book 'Climbing Mountains' a supplementary reader for primary schools. It was published by Oxford University Press.

An inspirational highlight amid surrounding circumstance.

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