i recently went to albania for a friend’s wedding celebration. landing in tirana, we drove to yar beach along the yoni sea in southern albania, just south of the town of vuno. there we had a delicious time soaking up the sun on the stony beaches and eating fresh tambuli at a picnic in the olive groves. we then drove from yar beach to montenegro, where we caught the train to belgrade, serbia. here are some pictures of the beautiful and alluring albania.
Archive for month: June, 2013
as many of you know, i have been working in papua new guinea for almost four years now. papua new guinea is one of the most environmentally and socially diverse places in the world… in a population of only 6 million people, there are 820 languages, and the diversity and colourfulness amongst the people is truly astounding. there are many stories to tell and many pictures to share, but for now, check out this album for a little taste of the cultures of papua new guinea
check out these pictures of a beautiful, textured country and join in the experience.
for all my time lived in port moresby, i have been blessed with living in the most beautiful part of the city, paga hill, that overlooks ela beach and the pier of wilson’s wharf. just off the shoreline, slightly to the east, lies the island of manubada. In motu, one of the 820 languages spoken in the country, manubada literally means ‘big bird’, the name bestowed on the island because of its rich story… Read more →
Port Moresby, the capital of Papua New Guinea, has a population of just over 400,000 people. Coordinating these people through the city’s streets is no easy task, particularly with the network of streets designed long before the population boom, and the existence of only 4 traffic lights and no stop signs. What the city does have though, is a number of roundabouts and the poorly experienced drivers of PNG battle their way around them everyday. Some of the roundabouts are quite beautiful, symbols of the vibrant PNG culture, and these are some of my favourites. Read more →