Our friend, Joy, has written on her blog about how she checks e-mail in her village in Papua New Guinea. We get to omit steps seven and eight since SITAG is such a small entity, but the rest is the same for us. For our first month in the village, we will be the only team out. Just a reminder, please don't send forwards or attachments or anything other than a short text message to us while we are in Marulaon. We have a CPS number at the bottom of our screen. The number stands for Characters Per Second -and our number regularly sits between 18-32, when it works. So, please send us e-mail, we certainly miss the contact while we are in the village, but please keep it short and sweet!