Tour started in early morning . I had a cup of coffee and guide passed by and said that he is ready to go !20 minutes drive down the main road and I arrive at last at village . Local lady walked around with me and showed me around . We passed different houses many from local materials . Some people seem to chill under the trees and crew betel nut or simply watch us pass by . Place seemed confusing to me , but local lady made a little sense for me by explaining.
She covered topics like boys moving into boys house at certain age, who own the land , how children are shared, how land is looked after, how food is cooked, how boundaries between lands are marked, wedding organised, Sundays spend in church and much more. She was happy to tell stories about her childhood .
Our walk lasted around 2,5 hours trough most of the village
Over all I would recommend. As it was easy access to the area and slow walk with plenty of time to chat and take photos.
Papua New Guinea