martincymru wrote:All very depressing to read.
Even more depressing to be living there.
I go as a Consultant so bit nervous that the company may not take same care as employee.
Check your contract. Question them on their security protocol.
What is "defensive driving"?
Getting away from a bad guy in a fast vehicle who wants to shoot you. (I'e two friends who have been shot there - one died, the other is missing half his jaw).
Hey, if it's so bad then how come hundreds of NGO's, Aid agencies, teachers there? Must have high staff turnover.
Why don't the Aus govt lend them some Police?
They are; however PNG is a sovereign nation that has some sentiments of anti colonialism present.
I'd argue that article does not emphasize the risk heavily enough (probably due to diplomatic reasons).
Take it up with jpatokal?x9200 wrote:After reading your comments I was surprised by the relaxed manner wikitravel handles the topic.
If you read the casual tones of some of the other articles for other places, I'd say that their PNG article is pretty damning. Sounds as bad as Kabul.PNGMK wrote:I'd argue that article does not emphasize the risk heavily enough (probably due to diplomatic reasons).
Which city?martincymru wrote:what is the (a) best (b) most expensive self contained accommodation in PNG?
From my friend in POM:martincymru wrote:Dear PNGMK
house, condo, or apt.
1 or 2 bed.
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