Hotel El Kantara
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Our next stop is Isle of Pines, discovered by Captain Cook in the late 1700's. It's a beautiful island whose name describes it perfectly; white sandy beaches densely covered with huge pine trees. We go for an early morning snorkel, and are lucky to spot a couple turtles, a cuttlefish (unusual for that area), lots of cool jelly fish and an octopus with a head the size of a bowling ball. Rox didn't scream in her mask, and ...
the Captain, Papa and his group; I started to walk to the beach.
A few hundred feet to our left was the
pearlywhite sand beach with extraordinary tall coconut trees and some
pine trees, heavy laden with thick foliage. On the trees were
abundant birds and on the beach were schools of small white fish.
It was a beautiful woodsy shore. There were make-shift stalls with
souvenir items. There were children running ...
Gladys and her partner Fred invited us to join them in a weekend camping at the Camping de Poé, near the village of Bourail. And off we went, the 4 of us sharing two separate cabins. The cabins were Spartan with nothing more than a concrete floor, a wooden table and two wooden benches. But, they were right in front of the beach which made waking up a spectacular experience.
Upon reaching the site, after around 3 hours' drive from ...
Since leaving Dravuni Island yesterday, the ship has been travelling at top speed( about 22 to 23 knots). We are on a southwest heading. Cyclone Sandra is predicted to produce 10 metre(30 feet) sea swells as well as have winds in excess of 100 mph. It is still predicted to hit Noumea, New Caledonia on Wednesday. So we are trying to reach a distance as far south of the cyclone as we can. The only problem ...
... 8217;t holidayed in France before, a gite is kind of French holiday home where the owners usually stay close by and cook dinner for all the guests together. First of all we were shown to the back of the owners garden and told we could pick our spot to pitch our tent. Arnaud and I are far from camping experts – we’ve known each other 10 years and haven’t camped once, so you can imagine the hilarities involved in pitching a tent with the ...