Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Development is yourself

Development in Papua New Guinea, which includes getting rich, begins with yourself.
 Everyone should strive to make themselves better than being beggars.
Shrug off the inferiority complex.
Stop looking up to your MP and Government for manna to fall from heaven.
Stop the negatives such as laziness, raskol, spitting buai, littering, smoking, drinking alcohol, marijuana, pokies, et al.
We have all the natural resources there to make us rich, our attitude is the problem.
Once we change our attitude,  in 10 year's time, we'll be the richest black nation on earth as Prime Minister James Marape wants us to be.
It's all in the mind.

Sunday, March 24, 2019

Ela Beach, Port Moresby

A short clip I took  on March 21 2019 with my DJI Spark.


Saturday, March 23, 2019

It's raining again in Port Moresby

@8-Mile on March 23 2019.
Rain is good for Port Moresby but it also highlights potholes, drains and garbage.

Shot and produced with DJI Osmo Pocket

Local Tourist: 'There must be sunshine after rain'

The sun is back in Port Moresby after days of rain.
I shot this yesterday afternoon.


Sky views of Ela Beach, Port Moresby

I flew my drone over the new-look Ela Beach in Port Moresby to capture these images on Thursday, March 21.

The beach is one of the remarkable transformations of the Papua New Guinea capital.
Enjoy.



Local tourist: A walk on the Ela Beach side

I took a walk along Ela Beach on Thurday morning, March 21, before going to work, and shot this short clip with my DJI Osmo Pocket.
Enjoy...


Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Yalu Bridge to 9-Mile is an International disgrace

The stretch of the Lae-Nadzab Road between Yalu Bridge and 9-Mile.

Despite all the hype about this road (I know, having covered it from the beginning) it remains to be completed.
Sure, the first stage between Bugandi and 9-Mile has been completed, however, the stretch from 9-Mile to Yalu is an  international disgrace.
It is no longer a road, rather, a bush track full of potholes.
So many accidents have happened along this stretch recently, especially caused by vehicles trying to avoid the massive craters which would rival the Rabaul volcanoes, but nothing has been done.

Return of the Potholes in Lae

In Lae, while most urban thoroughfares have been completed, transforming “Pothole City” into “Cement City”, the Busu Road stretching from China Town to Malahang is falling apart.
This road was built by Australian company, Barclay Bros, in the late 1990s and early 2000s and has stood the test of time until now.
It was once the best road in Lae which we were all proud of.
I am shocked to drive through potholes between Butibam and Ampo, and from Hunter to Malahang.

~Shot and produced with DJI Osmo Pocket PS: I have posted this video the hope that this road is fixed urgently.

A rainy Saturday in Port Moresby

A rainy Saturday in Port Moresby.
Shot and produced with DJI Osmo Pocket.
March 16 2019.

Nadzab Airport, Lae

Nadzab Airport, Lae.
Shot and produced with DJI Osmo Pocket.
March 8 2019

Friday, March 15, 2019

Local Tourist: A PNG Air flight to Lae

A travel vlog of a PNG Air flight from Port Moresby to Lae on Friday, March 8, 2019.
Shot with and produced by my DJI Osmo Pocket.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Wagang Beach, Lae

Beautiful Wagang Beach, Lae, where Wafi-Golpu Joint Venture plans to pipe millions of tonnes of tailings into the Huon Gulf.
For better or worse?
 March 8 2019


Monday, March 11, 2019

Skyviews of Lae, Papua New Guinea

I took these skyviews of my beloved hometown of Lae on Saturday, March 9, and Sunday, March 10 using my DJI Spark drone.
Edited using DJI Mimo app on my Huawei Mate 10 phone.
 Thank you to bro Kila Veapi for driving me around, Philemon Nalusi for security and my nephew David Nalu Jr for your company.
This is for all the people of Lae and Morobe.