I’m living in the small village of Uduyer, a remote village in the mountains of Papua New Guinea.
I’m a 30-something native Australian who lives with my wife and their two kids.
In the village, the only things we buy are local food, tea, and water.
We live in a single room with a small kitchen, a large kitchenette with a few basic appliances, and a small laundry room.
We have a small fire pit, but it’s not large enough to get our needs met.
We can’t afford to buy new appliances, so we use our existing appliances.
We get our electricity from the local power station, which we use for cooking, and we have a large generator in the backyard.
The village is small, but its residents are always welcoming, welcoming of each other.
Every day, we meet up at the house and make small talk about the day, the weather, and our local customs.
The villagers are a very nice and polite people, and they are very helpful and friendly.
We don’t get too much of a problem with each other, but there are some problems that arise, such as the weather.
We haven’t had a rain in two months.
It has been quite cold in the village and the houses are quite damp, but I’m not complaining.
Uduyr, Papua New Guinean province I have never seen a village like this before, and I’m very thankful to have a new home.
My wife and kids have a very easy time adjusting to the small house, and the little things I find hard are easy to fix.
In addition, Uduury is small enough that we can fit a few more things into our home.
I have a few old televisions and some old furniture, as well as a small TV with a large picture on it.
I also have a stove, a refrigerator, a coffee maker, and an oven, as I don’t have access to an electric one.
We’ve had some hard times, and it hasn’t been easy for me to adjust to life in the community, but we are always looking forward to the coming rainy season, and to a rainy day in the future.
Uddyys main drawback is that it is very hard to find a place to live.
We are not in the city, so it’s difficult to find places to live or a place we can rent.
I can only think of two places that I would consider renting: a house with a garage, or a house that is owned by a friend.
Udyr, PNG, Uddyr village, Udry, PNG The house I have in mind is a large house that has two rooms, and can easily be subdivided for use as a single family home.
The room I’m envisioning for myself has two bedrooms and a bathroom, plus a small living area with a table and chairs.
I’ll also be using the kitchen to prepare and cook our meals.
The only problem is that the room I am envisioning is very small.
I could have easily built a smaller one and put my wife’s TV in it, but the room size would have made it difficult for her to enjoy a good meal.
My dream house is large, but my wife can’t fit it into my tiny living space.
We would be forced to share a small room with another couple, which I think would be a lot more difficult for me than it would be for her.
I would be happier living in a smaller house with two or three bedrooms.
If I could just find a house where my wife could live with me, I’d be happy with it.
If Uduyys future rain can’t come soon, it would make me happy to be able to keep living in Uddry and to have my family and friends back in Australia.