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    Boss Meri
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    If you have trekked with Kokoda Trekking and discovered 'PNG Culture' please post here so that other potential trekkers can read your comments.

    To post, you first have to register. Once you have completed your registration you can log in and post your comments by clicking on the 'Add Reply' button; type your testimonial and then click the 'Add Reply' button.

    At this point, your message will be uploaded onto our website.

    Wherever, possible please state your trek number and date that you walked with Kokoda Trekking Ltd (KTL).

    Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback.

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    Kokoda Trekking Ltd (KTL)

    Gail Thomas (Boss Meri)

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    Boss Meri
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    Dan, Michael and I from the Flight Centre trekked with Gail's company KTL two years ago and it was such a wonderful experience we have only just arrived back in Australia two weeks ago from our second trip to Kokoda.

    Both trips were different in their own special way, but one of the main reasons for going back the second time was to experience the cultural side and to spend more time with fantastic boys that work for KTL.

    These guys are truly wonderful, they are always looking out for you (the first trip I slipped on a waterfall and one of the boys caught my pack and pulled me back up). Each group has their own ukulele (small 4 string guitar) and the boys are always singing (it's amazing how the pain seems to disappear, when someone is singing as you are climbing a hill, hurting like there is no tomorrow). They always ensure that the entire group is OK and that everyone is safely in camp before dark – very important with the conditions up there.

    I would recommend any of our friends and loved ones who would want to go PNG and do Kokoda to use KTL.

    Alissa
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