Papua New Guinea
Hohola North

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  • Day124

    Pukpuk H3 (Port Moresby, PNG)

    February 10, 2020 in Papua New Guinea ⋅ ⛅ 28 °C

    The Pukpuk H3 (a.k.a. the POM H3, a.k.a. the Port Moresby H3) in Papua New Guinea (PNG) was a glorious fun time. Although it is a Men's Hash, they do allow visitors to join in, and FP got to run with us. It was a small pack of about 12, but as many Men's hash clubs around the world have grown old and grey, their numbers have diminished. Such is the tale of the Pukpuk (local speak for crocodile) H3. The changing expat community dynamics have had a huge effect on the available recruits to keep the hash going. The pack may have been small, but it was very robust. Due to the mobility of the pack, and the available terrain, a short walking trail was executed. That was followed by an interesting circle, with excellent tucker (food), which all combined for a fun evening and another exceptional hashing experience. Somehow I managed to get awarded the Prick of the Week, guess it is due to my exceptionally wacky personality. https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activity/4534597487Read more

    Hazukashii

    Similar to the 3 in 1 of the Dili H3, the Pukpuk H3 calls it "the plank."

    2/13/20Reply
     
  • Day123

    Papua New Guinea

    February 9, 2020 in Papua New Guinea ⋅ 🌧 28 °C

    HASHING IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA - We were focused on the Monday evening Port Moresby H3 trail, but once we arrived we noticed there was a Port Moresby Full Moon H3 trail scheduled for Saturday evening. So we walked about 4 KMs to the outskirts of town and joined in the fun. Now being a night time trail, and the safety of the streets after dark, I did not expect it was going to be a long trail. A pack of about 20 had a short ceremonial trail around the gated community, and back to the house. Awesome family hash, with the kids back in the living room, the circle was allowed a bit more bawdy banter. Good songs, good jokes, and good down downs. The track below was our hike today in Varirata National Park, which would be an excellent hash trail. Was raining on the drive out, and for the first hour or so of the hike. Then it cleared off just as we arrived at the two main lookouts. Amazing scenes of green mountains and countryside. Well worth the effort. Tomorrow we'll head out to the weekly POM H3, and get a bit more active trail in, and more good time with the pack. https://www.relive.cc/view/vQvxVNn4M96Read more

    SNSLiving

    I installed satellite networks to support telephone service in PNG. Enjoy your time and be careful. On on Vegetative State

    2/8/20Reply
     

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