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CRUISING THE CORAL SEA AND NEW CALEDONIA, FEB 5 & 6
Today is a day at sea. The weather is fine, warm and sunny. We had a cooking class in the morning, French Bistro Food. It was again a fun time and good food. We made French onion soup, Tarte Tatin with french vanilla icecream, frisee salad with poached egg and chicken fines herbes, classic potato gratin. Needless to say, ...
... case the Japanese paid a visit. Due to the day being fine, I was able to take many shots of the coastline.
Down from the lookout is Anse Vata beach and around the corner from that is Lemon Bay. We have visited Lemon bay previously , so it was interesting to check out Anse Vata, which is an interesting "beach" being mostly grass which meets the water in most places. The water colours ...
... face mum but it was too late.
It went a little something like this. Blame my mother for bringing me up to be polite to EVERYONE.
Noro: “HELLO LADIES, HOW ARE YOU?”
Mum & Nat unison fake smiles: “Yeah, we’re good thanks!” (turn away)
Noro: “WHAT HAVE YOU GOT THERE?”
Nat: “Oh they’re awesome pomegranate, ginger, vodka cocktails.”
Noro: “OH ...
... surrounding area. We had a good guide (Laetitia) who was passionate and knowledgeable about the area so we came away knowing more about New Caledonia. Of course it was all delivered in a delightful French accent. The first stop was at the FOL Lookout (where we had walked to in the morning) with a great view back over the city and countryside. The next stop was in the district of Robinson where we visited the Church de la Conception, built ...
... White, Melanesian (black), orientals (didnt expect to see them here too!), Polynesian looking people and Indonesian/Thai looking people. Although they're probably neither Indonesian nor Thai but that's the best way I can describe how some people here look. Lots of mixed race people too. Everyone, even the Japanese/Korean looking people speak French. No one looks happy. In fact, people positively walk around with frowns and screwfaces and look ...