By the end of this week I will be behind bars: in Jail. In Bomana Women’s Jail, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. I’ll be in jail for something I didn’t do. Where is the social justice in that!
I was born and grew up in Port Moresby. I lived in Murray Barracks and went to school at St Josephs at Boroko. We regularly visited Bomana War Cemetery, right beside the jail I have ended up at. Many childhood holidays were spent at Salamaua (LOVE that place) and it is there that all my jail-leading activities began. [Read more…]