Papua New Guinea, untouched nature and people
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port moresby, the capital of PNG, was surprised us actually. The city was so developed more than we thought. However, we couldn't look around the city as much as we wish. Because we had to translate our flight which was really heading our final destination. A region called Madang was our final destination where is far away from the captial city for one or two hours by a plane.
The air port of Madang was so small even we coundn't recognize in the air. When we arrived there, some people already came out for us. We introduced each other then we headed to the missionary house where we stayed that night. With raining in that moring, we couldn't get in the truck all so i and other guys got in the back side of the truck with our packs and burdens.
First impression of PNG was very great. The weather was not hot and cool also there were a lot of trees and various plants which i had never seen before in my life.
The main our service activites were teaching children. For the activites, we had to move more inside of the untouched nature from Madang. After taking bus for two hours, we finally arrived our very last final destination.
It was my second service trip on an oversea country. it was so valuable experience to me so that every moments i spent there wouldn't be forgotten in my rest life.