Cultural Adventure on the Other Side of the World
By Francis DiScala Jr
Everything is starting to feel the same. I can't tell the difference between Disney World and Venice. Cultural adventure is harder to find.
And for that very reason alone it is worth the 15-hour flight and the expense to travel to the other side of the world. But for surfers, divers, bird-watchers, and hikers, traveling also provides access to some of the world's best places to enjoy these activities. Is Papua New Guinea (PNG) really "a million different journeys," "the most remote place in the world," "head hunter's paradise," and full of "the world's friendliest people"? Join me on my journey to an anthropological paradise to find out. Read on ...