Kodjeue Hotel

Address: Baie de Ouameo, Gadji, Ile Des Pins, 98832 Vao , New Caledonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Baie de Ouameo, Gadji, Ile Des Pins, is near Amedee Lighthouse Island, Tjibaou Cultural Center, and Oro Bay.
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    L'atoll de Nokanhui

    A travel blog entry by maryvonnedahlia on Aug 18, 2015

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    Isle of Pines

    A travel blog entry by lindann on Oct 20, 2015

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    ... in 1848 .Around it are protective kanak wood carvings of serpents, turtles and eagles. In the heart of the village is Notre Dame de Assumption church which was built in 1860 and the manse both are beautiful The church has no doors and the manse has shutters on the widows and a pretty garden. We stopped next at St Joseph Bay where there were dugout canoes and traditional sailing vessels it was a lovely spot. Garry bought caramel coconut balls they were very ...

    Rogue Waves & Wild Horses

    A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 15, 2015

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    ... with pine trees. This island owned by the French has approximately 2,000 French-speaking inhabitants including their own airport.

    Located in southern Melanesia, sleepy Ile des Pins is paradise found. White sandy beaches, clear turquoise lagoons and a lush landscape of rainforests ensures a high level of relaxation. Named by Captain James Cook in 1774, archaeological excavations on the island have revealed settlements dating back ...

    Île-Des-Pins par Bateau

    A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Jun 20, 2015

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    ... crazy prices. I did find one of the small shops (in someone's home) and bought what I could - peanut butter, jam, bread, cheese, salami, Oreos and Pringles - we will survive though it makes McDonalds seem like haute cuisine. After a nap (I was annoyed by a slight sound of base from music nearby to which Christine noted - it is 3PM in the afternoon), we went for a beach walk around and discovers another long circular white ...