Wild adventures in the jungle
AS OTHER Melbourne morning commuters become impatient in the crowded, stuffy tram, I can only sit back, smile and remember what my jungle commutes in Papua New Guinea entailed.
In 2010, my carpenter/photographer husband Marco and I were thrust into the incredibly remote, poor and undeveloped Western Province of PNG on a three-and-a-half month voluntary assignment for Australian Doctors International (ADI).
I have wanted to do overseas voluntary work for many years. I was drawn to PNG as I had done my medical student elective there. After graduating I