Here is the first batch, subject 'Markets.' They used to be and most likely still are an integral part of life in Papua New Guinea
|Village life congregates in the local markets.|
|Traders and customers walk for miles to get to the markets|
Carrots - 6 for 1 Shilling
Corn - 10 for 1 Shilling and so on
|The official price list is quite clear|
The sign below, in pigin inglish, proclaims that:
Men and Women cannot buy food and spit all about in the market or will be taken to court and will be fined $200 or even go to jail.
|Do not Expectorate|
I had a chat with these two brothers who walked for two days to get to the Goroka Markets with a few bananas and some root vegetables.
|These two brothers walked for two days to sell a few items.|