From: Pat R
Sent: Monday, 16 December 2013 1:54 AM
To: Suzanne Gmail
Subject: RE: emails from PNG trip
Your presence on our PNG trip enriched my travel
experience. The love and commitment you have for the PNG
people was so apparent-especially when we showed up at
the villages and the locals came up to you in open
arms. Thank you for sharing with us all the wonderful
aspects of their culture.
National Geographic/Lindblad is our choice of travel companies because they do
customize their staff with people who are passionate about the location and culture.
My world has been enriched because of your presence on this trip. (I let them know
this on the survey as well)…. Enjoy your holidays and continue to dazzle travelers
you share PNG with.
Clan Wars In New Guinea
Where Conflict Is A Way Of Life--and A Tourist Attraction
March 19, 1995|By Text by Joel Simon
… Beyond the hills, wisps of smoke rise from the cooking fires of countless small
homesteads. The air is fresh; a gentle breeze carries the calls of unseen birds.
Twee-de-de-de-twee, in descending notes with an accent on the final twee.
Probably little has changed since the arrival of the first outsiders.
My reverie is interrupted by a gentle announcement from Suzanne Noakes, our
group leader. It was time for our tour…
From: Kirsten Louy-Nasty
Sent: Saturday, 22 June 2013 4:22 AM
To: Suzanne Noakes
Subject: Ronus Donation
We have some great news! Mr. R (from the Tumbuna departure in May) has just donated
$10,000 via the California Community Foundation to be used for charitable work in PNG,
vetted through ATJ Foundation/Suzanne Noakes…
First of all, we want to thank you for having such an impact on tour with our clients and so
much so that giving back, becomes important to them. This is why we do what we do!
Connecting people globally through understanding and compassion.
Kirsten Louy-Nasty | Chief Executive Officer
Asia Transpacific Journeys
Travel + Leisure World’s Best Operator 2011
2995 Center Green Court, Boulder, CO 80301 USA www.AsiaTranspacific.com