• Greek Mythology

    Around 700 BC, the poet Hesiod’s Theogony offered the first written cosmogony, or origin story, of Greek mythology. The Theogony tells the story of the universe’s journey from nothingness (Chaos,

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  • Hunt for Authentic Hand-made Greek Sandals

    Are you like me who just doesn’t like to buy gifts for anyone when travelling? If you are…..whats your excuses??? Me….I dont have room in my luggage as I travel

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  • Room at the Top of the Inn

    I wanted to visit some Greek islands before my trip back to Papua New Guinea early February. My online search recommended Mykonos and Santorini as the place to go. However,

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  • Coronavirus – Travel Tips

    Much is still unknown about the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak and health officials are urging vigilance. That means travelers crisscrossing the globe should be aware of the virus, steer clear of

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  • Discovery of the Decade

    Ending this decade with a discovery of a perfect spot for a truly Papua New Guinean experience. Now you may ask me, what do you mean by a Papua New

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  • Debt Trap – How loans trap us

    The financial crisis is one inseparable part of a person’s life, and it may come in anyone’s life, without any notice. There are situations when the most financially stable person

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  • Planet ICELAND…

    My third trip to Europe was end of January 2019. Usually on these business trips, you fly-in the night before the meetings, do all the meetings for the week and

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  • Advantages of ONLINE Learning

    There are several problems with the traditional system of education. First of all, you need to pay thousands per term to attend a prestigious school. With all those budget cuts,

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  • Papua New Guinea Snapshot

    Have alot of friends from around the world who asks me to tell them about Papua New Guinea. I usually start to tell about Manus only and really don’t include

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  • Guardians of Port Moresby

    High up the hill on the eastern end of Idler’s Bay lies the remnants of once the largest Coastal Batteries in Port Moresby. The Basilisk Battery was built by the

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