Judith 's Story

The Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels do really live up to their name. Even their descendants still have their traits. 3wks later I still get emotional about the Track and how we were treated by the South Sea Horizon Team. We were well looked after. The Porters really stuck by us to get us to every campsite. Everywhere we went, the porters went. Not once did I think security would be an issue.

I’d like to acknowledge Barnabas who was an Amazing Leader and Historian. His knowledge of the Track and the War is second to none. I truly enjoyed listening to Barnabas, he is a walking “wealth of information”.
Even some expat trekkers walking the other direction actually stopped to hear Barnabas talk. They were very grateful for that but sad that their Trekking Company didn’t have a Historian on their team.

Great idea to have a Historian on the SSH Team, this actually separates you from the rest.

I’d like to acknowledge the Doctor. It was comforting to know we had a doctor on our trip. I wasn’t feeling all too well on the 3rd night and the doctor helped me out and kept a watchful eye on me. Great idea. Again having a doctor will definitely separate you from the rest.

Lastly, I’d like to acknowledge our Team of Cooks. The wonderful meals they would prepare up for us after our long walks. “Yummy” is all I can say. They too would team up with the others to entertain us after dinner with their combined singing voices was always welcoming….

South Sea Horizons is the only way to go if you want to a walk Papua New Guinea’s Famous Kokoda Trail. You will be treated like royalty from the descendants of the Fuzzy Wuzzy Angels. If I was to walk again, no doubt about it, I will walk with South Sea Horizons.

JUL 2016