Gite Xaada Sa Nord Mare

Address: Tribu de Kaewatine, B.P. 19 , Mare, Loyalty Islands, 98828, New Caledonia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Tribu de Kaewatine, B.P. 19 , Mare.
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Travel Blogs from Mare

You've got to be Jokin

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Mar 28, 2014

29 photos

... it seemed. It was disappointing but I decided that although I could jump in, there was simply no blood and flesh free route out.

I then scooted on over to We – the largest town on the island and had the fantasy of the first coffee of my day. A stunning white sand beach that is unfortunately impossible to rest on due to Horseflies. They are intelligent creatures, twice now they have worked out that by landing on my upturned, bikinied, wet, salty ...

Christmas in the Pacific

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Dec 25, 2012

76 photos

... market set up. They were heading back to the ship but we decided we wanted to hang out at Jinek Bay again so, much to Rodds’ disgust, we had to walk all the way back there!! In his defence it was a very hot, muggy day but he certainly enjoyed the shade and swimming once there. Lifou has a lot more than this to offer though.. if you got a taxi or hired a pushbike you can go further afield. I think I'd like to do that cos I'm ...

Crystal clear waters and a private beach await!

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Dec 22, 2012

1 comment, 62 photos

... we weren’t really in any hurry, also we had all day and the only thing to do on Mare is go to the beach which as much as we enjoy we don’t need to be there from 8am to 4pm.

We thought we’d be smart today and go up early for breakfast again as we have every other day with great success however today everyone had the same idea… I guess they all didn’t want to spend the entire day on the beach either!! Really though ...

Turquoise lagoon, white coral sand

A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 19, 2012

9 photos

... as the tide was going out, we aren’t sure if the outer edge of the lagoon was submerged at high tide or not.

Following on from the various types of fish we saw yesterday, the lagoon we went to today was filled with lots of tropical fish, a turtle or two and some coral that was in fairly good nick. We snorkelled for about 2 hours before we got cold and decided it was time to investigate the white coral sand instead of the water. As ...

The blues...

A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on Apr 03, 2012

4 comments, 155 photos

... the larger traditional hut, Nick was nearing the edge of his vocabulary of 'extreme' French words, when Pascal zoomed in at speed, having been to the boulangerie to collect the bread for breakfast.
This was duly transferred into Emma's car, so she could drive the 4 loaves down to the restaurant 100 yards down the garden. Far too far to have to carry 4 whole baguettes.
Pasca l regaled us once more with the information that ...

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