In a testimony revealed by Holguin in an air crash report, Holguin stated: “ Our aircraft received a direct hit on No. 1 engine, causing it to burn. No. 2 engine was not functioning properly… In this attack I was wounded in the jaw by .30 cal shells which momentarily rendered me dizzy.”
Holguin received severe wounds to his jaws and back but managed to crawled through the dense Baining mountains for weeks before he was rescued by natives.
The number of tourists visiting Papua New Guinea has seen a steady and healthy growth since 2005. But there is so much potential for the tourism sector in PNG. This has seen the International Finance Corporation (IFC) has partnered with the Tourism Promotion Authority (TPA) of Papua New Guinea to undertake market research, in the next five months, that will help the government develop tourism and realise the sector’s potential over the next ten years.
Former U.S. president Barack Obama is trying some new and dangerous water sports that the Hawaii native had to miss out on for safety reasons while serving in the White House.
Obama, whose eight years as president ended last month when he was succeeded by Donald Trump, learned to kiteboard while vacationing last week on a Caribbean island owned by British billionaire and adventurer Sir Richard Branson, who published an account of their trip on Tuesday.