Prince Charles tonight reached Lagura? in Eastern Papua on a tour of the territory with?
Prince Charles tonight reached Lagura? in Eastern Papua on a tour of the territory with a party from Geelong Grammar School. The visit to Papua-New Guinea will last a fortnight. At Port Moresby this morning, more than 400-people, including many Papuans, were at the airport to see Pince Charles arrive.
the uniting crowd cheered the Prince as he stopped from the aircraft. The arrival has become delayed two hours because of heavy fog. There to meet the Royal visitor was Brother Andrew, a friar of the Anglican Franciscans Mission in Port Moresby.
Students from schools in Port Moresby were at the airport to see the party of schoolboys arrive. A bus took them as a tour of a team.
The Prince and his schoolmaster inspected an Anglican school for Papuans which is operated by the Franciscan Mission. The Prince asked many questions about the school and showed a keen interest in work of the pupils. Pupils from schools at Lagura? were at the beachfront when the Geelong Grammar school party arrived there early tonight. Tomorrow, the group will make a pilgrimage to the spot where Anglican Missionaries First landed in Papua.