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... for you. No guarantee of a delivery date, however. Don't hold your breath. Past the market area, you can go to the church at the top of the hill for breathtaking views and gorgeous photos. The church is simple, but it's a hard place to leave, and you can't stop taking photos! So, I ate, snorkeled, shopped a bit, and relaxed on the beach. Not a bad day at the office. Enjoy the ...
... be up early if we wanted to see it. But this cruise liner doesn't really share info like that.... As the bloke said to me if they could have charged us $20 they would have afraid all aware. Anyway up & down different decks I went. Slipped back to grab something & Vic was up.. So I dragged her up to look as well. While out & about we thought we would grab breaky even though it was 7 am as we thought. Arrivedc at the ...
... By influenced by the French I had it in my mind that it was only going to be a slight twist of French flavour but everything down to the street signs was French and boy did I enjoy practicing my French! Bonjour madam! I would like to go back to Noumea and explore the outer regions a little bit more and I would love to dine in one of the restaurants along Anse Vata Beach. Maybe on the next cruise....
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... top. Now, I have to take them at their word because with all the trees around being only about 30 feet I really can't see anywhere near the top. It looks just like a big cement pole. And that's the highlight of le parc. We continue on up the road, ever higher until we can see the coast again and it's a beautiful view. Down we go and follow along the shore past small communities, a stunning waterfall and the remains of a nickel mine; broken cement walls up ...
... French, she ordered a cappuccino. While she was wondering why everyone else was having dessert, her coffee arrived and reality struck. Her cappuccino consisted of a large cup with a shot of coffee on the bottom and topped with whipped cream and finally a splash of chocolate. Not the easiest technique for procaffeination. We both met up again on the boat and, after a real coffee and a spot of lunch, we deposited dad in his room and caught the shuttle ...