Hilton Noumea La Promenade Residences
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- Tennis Court
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... from our room on Level 6. The doors opened, out I got, I turned to the right then realised I was still on Level 2. Apparently MDW and Ms Mill roared with laughter when 2 people entered the lift on Level 6, still wondering what had happened to me. We settled into our sun beds, me reading, MDW and Ms Mill chatting when a few pods of dolphins splashed around several hundred metres away. Oh yea, the ship had weighed anchors and little boats ...
... and then moseyed over to the library to do some stitching. Today there was a pre-dinner ice show which I saw the start off. As has been the case with many of the Voyager in house shows there were very keen but not very coordinated. I made my escape and wandered around the decks until dinner. After dinner I took a stroll along the viewing deck until the wind set me inside and then read until bedtime. All in all a very relaxing day. Good ...
... he takes a long drag on a cigarette. I’m thinking to myself, “… and she’s regretted it ever since”.
I told Eric I definitely needed another drink after that encounter, so I went for the drink of the day! The Wooloomooloo. A sort of pineapple margarita- tasty but super sweet. Eric wanted to feed us more alcohol insisting that we didn’t have to drive to which I replied, “no, but I have to walk!”.
New Caledonia is a little bit of France in the South Pacific. This cluster of mangrove islands is located in the Coral Sea about halfway between Fiji and Australia. The island has an area of about 7,300 square miles. It would take around six hours to drive from one end of this cigar shaped island to the other. It has second largest coral reef in the world making it a favorite of divers and snorkelers. The island is located a little north of the ...
... train in no time, the sun was shining and it was hot. Very hot. I overheard a couple saying they had done this tour before and it was bucketing down with rain so I know which I would prefer. We had a fantastic guide who spoke in a French/Jamaican accent - very cool. As we made our way through the streets of Noumea (on the other side of the road, just like in France) he reeled of great information about the history of Noumea and New Caledonia plus pointing ...