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I am not sure why Bougainville is breadcrumbed as part of the Solomon Islands? I believe it is now officially an autonomous region, but from a travel point of view, it remains for all intents and purposes part of Papua New Guinea, as it was historically before the civil war. I will change the IsPartOf tag to reflect that. If anyone disagrees, please explain why here. --Burmesedays 23:18, 30 April 2010 (EDT)

No paved roads? Not correct.[edit]

As one of the children of a CRA executive, I went to school in Arawa in 1974. There were asphalt roads in and around Arawa through to Panguna and Kieta. Although some of them are in disrepair today, many of them are still there, and are navigable as roads similar to remote country Australia. For verification see -

Cheers Mark Vincent.

Please do plunge forward and make the necessary edits. --Burmesedays 03:11, 5 July 2011 (EDT)



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