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The Motu, long-ago descendants of Polynesian people, are traditionally sea-goers who are thought to have arrived in Papua New Guinea about 2000 years ago. They settled across the Port Moresby area and much of the eastern tip of the country, building their villages on stilts over the water to keep them safe from black magic and bad spirits.

Warm and welcoming smiles are everywhere – as are the signs of betel nut chewing, which is technically illegal.

For the full story, visit: www.ursulasweeklywanders.com/travel/life-on-the-edge-gabi…

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Tagged: , Jim Cline Photo Tour , PNG , Papua New Guinea , Port Moresby , iPhone , iPhone6 , National Capital District , motu , village , Motuan People , Gabi Hanuabada Village , Hanuabada

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