Papua New Guinea & Solomon Islands

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Lonely Planet, 2008 - Travel - 352 pages
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Drift with the current through Sandfly Passage, a hidden submarine valley teeming with fish and manta rays. Sway to the rhythm of kundu drums at the spectacular Goroka. Walk barefooted into a towering long the Sepik River. The only guide to Papua New Guinea & the Solomon Islands. Special colour tribute to WWII, battleground the Kokoda Track, new diving chapter and expanded Solomon Island coverage. Tips from authors who've travelled safely through the region for years. Content updated daily - visit lonelyplanet.com for up-to-the-minute reviews, updates and traveller insights

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I have not read this book except to check quickly if there is any mention of Dinner Island (Samarai island) in this book. And yes, there is mention. It says that Captain John Moresby named the island Dinner Island after he and his crew had a meal there.
There is a discussion going on as to who reallly named Samarai island Dinner island.
 

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Many years ago we where missionaries in the area where the bodies where smoked and put into caves Ike samuels my husband has many photos of this Robyn smith was one of the photoghers who Ike took to get photos

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