|A Karawari River tribeswoman at a sing-sing (performance) in the highlands of Papua New Guinea, May 2012. Image copyright www.amandacastleman.com.|
SCENE-STEALER: Sarah Sekula flashed some serious subaquatic jazz hands – aka "spirit fingers" – just before her first cave dive.
THE STAR OF THE SEQUEL: Undoubtedly should be the live python that the Baining tribe kept swinging like a Double Dutch jump rope, as they danced around and also on the bonfire.
STILL LAUGHING: Riding on the bow seemed like such an ace idea – until the storm hit on Milne Bay. And yet Hal, Laura and I were still laughing. Such is the awesome of Papua New Guinea...