Sunday, May 25, 2008

Inside The Reunification Palace.








The five-storey 95 room palace and all its contents remain intact as it was found that day – to their credit!! And it is now a memorial to a past way of life.

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I’m off again for work, this time to Mt Hagen up in the Highlands of PNG, for a week. I used to travel through here when we lived in Tabubil in the late 1990s, so am looking forward to going back.

I will leave you with these interiors of the palace while I am gone and post again next weekend.

5 comments:

alicesg said...

Thanks for the photos. It looked as if I had travelled to Vietnam. You are a busy globetrotter ...hahaha. Have fun and take care. :)

Old Wom Tigley said...

It looks a beauty place, I liked the second picture..
Have a great week..

Tom

dive said...

It looks so sad and soulless compared with the beauty of the villages you visited, Jules.

mimi11460 said...

Very huge and beautiful place as well. I hope i can visit the place.

d. chedwick said...

it's neat to see the interior--very businesslike in there, but funky and old fashioned-modern too if you know what I mean.