For the last month we have done plenty of traveling in Papua New Guinea (PNG). At the beginning of May we returned from the village of Simbini where we spent five weeks we returned to Nobonob where we started POC (Pacific Orientation Course). After being there for a few days we went to our missions headquarters in PNG, at Ukarumpa. As it was in the highlands we were able to enjoy some cool weather for the time we were there. We then proceeded to Kavieng, New Ireland Province (NIP). After a few days we took a bus about six hours south to Sohun, NIP. At Sohun is where the New Ireland Translation Institute (NITI) is run and that I will be a part of. NITI provides training for Papua New Guinieans to translate the New Testament in the remaining languages that need it. We were thankful that our schedule allowed us to get to Sohun before the NITI course ended. It gave us opportunity to be introduced to the participants. This is the house we stayed in during our time at NITI.