Fletcher Christian Holiday Apartments

Address: Taylors Road, Norfolk Island, 2899 | Condo
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This condo, located on Taylors Road, Norfolk Island, is near Old Kingston Town, Captain Cook's Monument, Pitcairn Settlers Village, and Anibare Bay.
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      Long Live

      A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Mar 15, 2015

      22 photos

      ... on further North fell in Love , stayed worked all kinds of Jobs including as an X - Ray Technician at the Hospital where he put is Kiwi Ingenuity to good use. Today he tending to his Farm rising Cattle as an Vegetarian....Born into an Ministry Family with very strong Religious believes , .. we had a lively very good Conversation and ended up agreeing to to disagree. Lunch was prepared by Grahams Wife and Joyce and later in the afternoon ...

      Enjoying the Norfolk Hospitality

      A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Mar 13, 2015

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... will past way to the east.
      I will watch Pam's path closely and my escape rout would be to Australian Mainland if it becomes necessary.
      For now Im enjoying the Norfolk Hospitality.
      Cycled up and down the Hills went to the Capt. Cook outlook on the Northside of the Island
      and then Swimming on the Southside on Emily Beach.
      I feel like after ...

      Beautiful Dravuni Island, Suva,Tonga, & Norfolk Is

      A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Oct 19, 2014

      93 photos

      ... fish, but out deeper we get to real coral, with Boulder bombies, some plate coral and stag horn plates with coloured tips. There are fish, but mostly small, blue and turquoise schools living in coral outcrops, some of the olive green camouflaged bottom dwellers, and the odd trigger fish, but pretty sparse, and all small. We see no parrot fish types, and nothing which looks of interest to fishermen (not surprising with the village nearby).

      There is no obvious ...

      Cemetery, Museums, then a BBQ

      A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 18, 2014

      25 photos

      ... 1874 the building was converted to a church by removing the first floor to create a double-storey space. It is used as the All Saints Anglican Church. The basement museum displays are on the First and Second Settlements as they bring Norfolk’s convict past alive. Objects include glass beads and ceramic pieces from the First Settlement and whips, leg irons and crankwheels from the cruel Second Settlement.


      Our first day on Norfolk Island

      A travel blog entry by carween on Sep 14, 2014

      18 photos

      ... scones & jam & cream with coffee in the beautiful gardens. We thoroughly enjoyed the trip knowing that we would return to all these beautiful spots as we each have our own little car for the week.

      There is another story – Kevin & I cracked it for a beaut little Toyoto Spacio with approx.. 4000 klms on the clock. However, Rigbys & Pages won a couple of "rust buckets", having each done over 100,000 klms. ...