4 – 24 June 2010
We totally adored our three weeks in Lissenung. We were so much at home it was LIKE being home. We could achieve so much portraying the many aspects of Kavieng’s village and marine life. First was an entire white board dedicated solely to us and our expedition’s objectives for New Ireland. When Ange and Dietmar Amon found out what it was we wanted, it became a serious business activity plan written down and checked every end of the day!
Our bungalow was literally a half minute walk away from Yogi’s favorite coral reef & island split level site. We didn’t need to walk far to watch the brilliant sunsets, the highly photogenic reefs and also for fishermen passing by with their canoes.
A none diving day trip brought us to a peculiar location in mainland Kavieng where massive wild river eels came out to get a feeding of canned tuna! At first glance I thought they were sharks!
The Kavieng Market
The Lissenung staff went every early Saturday to the Kavieng market for all the ingredients of the food we were having.
Fresh seafood are delivered straight to the resort by fishermen from nearby Enuk Village. Fish, lobsters, mud crabs – we were in seafood heaven . . .
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