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Travel Blogs from Noumea
Time to head out and our first stop is the markets. These markets are in 4 blue hexagonal shaped buildings and consists of fruit & veg and some crafts being sold. We bought a few bananas and looked around but unfortunately, we are unable to return here to do our provisioning tomorrow as the market is closed on the 3rd Monday of every month! …
We checked out of the Brisbane Sofitel early and had our bags held for collection a little later which was hassle free. After breakfast and shopping, back to the hotel collected our bags and caught a taxi to the international terminal which cost around $45. We could've caught the airtrain direct to the terminal but we didn't investigate it at the …
... Caledonia was the primary Allied military base and naval
center in the Pacific.
We also stopped to look at a giant Kauri tree that stood about 120 feet
high, and was about 1,000 years old. There was also a natural spring
fed fountain and we all filled our water bottles with the fresh
water. The route winds through the hills above the city, then down
to a yacht marina and tree-lined beaches of the resort area. ...
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, ...
... a few hundred metres from the shore. The kids play on the beach and gather firewood while we sort out dinner. We light a fire and start a barbecue. Chipolata (sausages) sandwiches for dinner with a beer (not for kids) watching the stars and listening to the waves. Priceless. We watch the fire burn-out and head for bed. The lagoon is nice here, perfect for kayaking and snorkelling. There’s less wind and less rain as well. Our little bungalow is functional and without ...