Papua New Guinea

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Lonely Planet, 1998 - Travel - 377 pages
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This down-to-earth guide is the essential resource to help you discover the real Papua New Guinea, one of the last frontiers for travellers. Whether you want to canoe down the mighty Sepik, see Rabaul's smoking volcano or experience local hospitality in village communities, this guide will show you how.

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Contents

FACTS ABOUT THE COUNTRY
10
History J 4 Flora Fauna 22 Society Conduct
30
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
49
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About the author (1998)

McKinnon has worked as a kitchen hand, poster plasterer, taxi driver, packer, warehouse keeper, and carpenter while studying philosophy.

Murray is an editor for Lonely Planet.

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