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... then rushed off to the Theatre to see a 30 minute musical show " Blues Brothers". Great music. Big band style. Had brekky delivered this morning and we sat out on the balcony to eat it. Sunny weather, white puffy clouds and white tipped waves.. Eddy went off to hear about the ship from the Engineer and I've been to a craft class .- scrap booking. Lots of fun. Eddy has just returned from fetching me a ...
... to be shared by the Kanaks who saw their land diminished by half. The new distribution of lands between them was not made without struggles. Even today, there is still a certain. racial discrimination between different categories of people living here: for example, it is most difficult for a White person to find a job on the island because priority is given to the Kanaks (1st subject of frustration). On the other hand most if not all bars will not serve alcohol ...
... définitivement en 1851. En 1871, il y a révolte à Paris. C'est ce qu'on a appelé la Commune de Paris. Ceux et celles qui avaient pris part à cette Commune sont condamnés au bagne en Nouvelle-Calédonie, première vraie colonisation par des Français. La 2e Guerre mondiale touche: la région.Les Américains font de Nouméa une des bases d'attaque contre le Japon. Mais les relations entre Kanaks ( premiers habitants de ...
... that hug you to death, how dangerous the southern tribes are, how anyone can buy a gun in NC… facts that would warm a parent’s heart… Dinner at the Beach Rock café where you can have your burger served in a cardboard car, and eat it in the back seat of a 50s car… and there is a Kurt Cobain pizza.. Loving the French TV that I have on all the ...
... path to the pool which was fun. Then we rounded a corner and the most amazing shades of blue met our eyes. One dip of our heads in the water opened up a view into many fish and coral making our hearts skip a beat ... or in Caleb's case ... the cold made his mind and body leap. The tide was out but we still swam around and saw some great colorful fish and other sea life. It was time well spent and an area we were privileged ...