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03 September 2015


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Arnold  Mundua

The church in the photo above I beleive had a great story of its own. It was bombed to ruins during the war. Had it remained today it would be the greatest landmrk monument left behind by the early SVD missionaries....a definite tourist attraction.

Baka Bina

It was picturesque. Unfortunately I forgot my camera back in Madang. Very elegant.

I wonder what it was like back then. Must have been beautiful. There is some wartime armaments there rusting away.

I hope there is are a cache of photographs someplace to post as a reminder of what we will miss if the current slide is maintained. Last year the retirement home was in need of paint.

Amanda, tenk yu tru.

Bessielah David

Amanda, it is indeed a beautiful place. I've been there. It may be deserted now but the serenity and peace is awesome, kind of like a country outback station.

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