Kanikeh was yet another classic Nuaulu village that comprised mostly homes, some official buildings, a school horse and sports field. The homes were typical bamboo structures with sago frond roofs built on stilts to withstand the monsoon season. The main thoroughfare was as usual delightfully decorated with red bougainvillea. We met briefly with some of the village elders and local families and then continued on to Base Camp C. The gallery of photos on the page includes a wonderful photo of a typical cooking area inside a Nuaulu home. There is an astonishing assortment of implements made from the sago palm and bamboo and lots of cute puppies hugging the colas of the cooking fire for warmth – how many can you see?