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Last February, I, together with my daughter took our flight home to Manila. We went home earlier than my husband because I have a lot of stuff to do for our new home. It’s my second time to fly home with my kid but this time I was able to take a lot of photos. I want to share to you some photos I took while on flight.

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It’s the time of the year once again! Hubby’s company held their annual Christmas Party last Saturday at Port Moresby Nature Park. Last year’s party was held here too but we’re still excited. The park didn’t change much except for some new animals, and some animals we saw last year weren’t there anymore. Here are the photos from the party and around the Nature Park.

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they renovated the entrance

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Last week, hubby’s office-mate, the one who always gets a free slice every time I bake something, gave me a bag.

the Bilum Bag

the Bilum Bag

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We usually eat out during weekends before or after we do our groceries. We’ve been to some restaurants here in Port Moresby and this weekend, we decided to have our lunch at Fu Gui Village. It is an Asian restaurant located at Gordons Industrial Estate Area.

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Inside Fu Gui

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PAU or PAcific Adventist University is a premier institution of higher learning and research in the Pacific. It is operated by the South Pacific Division of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church.

PAU is located 14 miles outside of Port Moresby. Just take the road going to the Sogeri and turn right on the road in front of the Adventure Park.

The place is a well-developed area with lakes full of water lilies (where I saw ducks and different kinds of birds), green grass, and lots of trees. We weren’t able to go around the campus because we went there just for the market. We also saw a basketball court and a group of Filipino guys playing. The place gives a peaceful ambiance and very suitable for a Sunday morning stroll.

The property is secured so there is no problem for the locals and tourist to come here. The market is open to the public every Sunday. Here, you can find a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables that are a bit cheaper when bought from the supermarkets. These are grown either by local farmers, PAU students, or from the university farm.

Here are some photos from our trip:

The entrance to PAU

The entrance to PAU

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