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Travel Blogs from Noumea
... tools, or the biggest pigeon in the world (looks like a chook!).
Sunday in Noumea is pretty quiet. Evidently it all happens at Lemon Bay which we will see tomorrow. Perhaps not the best planning, but tomorrow, Monday, is also a public holiday so the opportuity for shopping will be strictly limited. We spend the rest of the day reading, or in my case, trying to get the technology to work properly. At the moment I cannot see ...
... Also a lovely place to sleep on the squeaky coral as the sun goes down… Our final dinner was at ‘Nulle Part Ailleurs’ where we couldn’t resist the tuna again and enormous bowls of crème brulée. A digestive walk to Baie de Citrons where Bobby and the boys discovered the baby foot table and the girls the disco and its island drums mixed by a French DJ.
Samedi we woke to the smell of smoke, the coconut thatched roof of the hut where we took the ...
... people are show offs. If they see that you have a
boat, they will buy a bigger boat even if they don`t use it that
much!`` he continued.
Fernando continued driving, following the main road that winds around the
mountains and valleys. We stopped at Quen Toro Park for the best
look-out over the city. From there we could see the Anse Vata beach
below us. There was a big gun emplacement that was used during the
DAY 33 ….. February 6th ….. At Sea
DAY 34 ….. February 7th ….. Noumea, New Caledonia
DAY 35 ….. February 8th ….. Ile des Pins, New Caledonia
A surprise … a picturesque harbor with many small bays and lots of marinas. A pleasant
downtown with parks, ...
... thing I’ve done. I have forgotten to check the weather! Today we stay at the hotel and relax. Anna, Ioan, Lewys and Nina all take a kayak each and paddle around the bay. Ioan loves kayaking and spends the whole day doing it. Nina is loves it too and enjoys the freedom it brings. Lewys has improved a lot and paddles quite well now. It’s nice to watch your kids grow up. After lunch, we do more kayaking and snorkelling. The kids are happy to do their own stuff, so ...