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The blog aims to show how I live my life within the beauty of Papua New Guinea and its people. I intend to write it the way I experience it.
About Jacqueline Fock I live in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. My love of food wholesome, nutritious and sometimes naughty, has grown over the last few years, enjoying raw and cooked amalgamations make interesting meals and snacks. Every now and then I am asked about my recipes, so I thought I would create a space where I can share it openly. I am not an expert in food (who is?), but I do enjoy playing with flavours and creating exciting eats especially in this place we live, where raw ingredients are not always available. Whilst I love the comforts and gadgets of my kitchen, I certainly enjoy food that is made in other kitchens, quite often this is where my inspiration originates. I hope you enjoy this blog, as much as I have enjoyed sharing.
This blog began when I was teaching in Alexandria, Egypt and is designed to provide insight and some history on the regions where I live and travel for family and friends. I have continued posts since moving to Papua New Guinea in May 2013.
Like the ladies of D.C. Cupcakes, Rachael McKee left her corporate job in 2010 to follow her dreams of....well, ok...to follow her husband after he applied for a job online and then got the job...in Singapore. A corporate breadwinner turned housewife who lunches, volunteers and acts like a tourist in her hometown, Rachael is sharing her experiences with anyone who will read.
Photos and Life of a kiwi expat IT Manager in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. Living here with wife and 3 kids - in the Land of the Unexpected...
Sigabaduru is a small PNG coastal village located 3km from Saibai Island. The village has a population of approx 300 people. The villagers trade with many of the islands within the Torres Straits as they have traditional visitation rights. My experience with the people of Sigabaduru has been positive, they are hard working tough people who love to share their traditional knowledge and stories with anyone. I am proud to say I have a very strong connection with the village of Sigabaduru as my youngest daughter was born there. It has been very hard for me to find historical information in regards to the village, but my plan is to continue to add information to this blog so the villagers have a written history on the web.