Trobriand island traditional house, Papua New Guinea
On this island, there was no television or electricity (except in some hotels and administration buildings). On this island, you can walk, wander alone and share smiles with others. And on this island, there are no police, thieves or fear. Just flowers in the hair! Everywhere I went, I met children playing and laughing. They have to make their way through the omnipresent pigs, which gambol in complete freedom. Trobriand is just two hours away from Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New…
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