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... and all put $5 down on a horse. Sonya won! $30. Onya Sonya! We took a line dancing lesson today...Sonya, Liz, Deb, Sam, Nic and myself...what a laugh we had! This will be forever in my mind...test the water, test the water, oh yeah, ooh yeah! Tonight was Country and Western night, so we donned our cowboy hats and bandana's before heading to the Dining Room. We also celebrated Hallie and Tom's birthday with a cake (the first of many) The waiters made Hallie ...
... br> The train was great - they took us to the sites and we had morning tea with different pastries, cider for the adults and lots of fizz. There is so much history with New Caledonia and World War 2. Cammy had a special moment with a baby deer (Real Tiptoe)
The train dropped us off in the middle of town so we could wander around - Neaty was on a mission to find a snow globe. We went through China ...
... looking fish had set up house on the edge of the seagrass and were busy cleaning out their hole; each taking turns to suck up a mouthful of sand and spit it a little distance from the hole. The littler one got very upset with her hubby when he brought sand back in. A hoarder no doubt. I hung above them for a good ten minutes, feeling like Gerald Durrell on 'an expedition' in Corfu. The fish are all friendly because they get fed baguettes whenever ...
... benches for resting, shops, cafes and free internet
With Fernando, we had fun touring the island dubbed the Paris of the
Pacific. It was beautiful but expensive and for once we were proud
that we didn`t spend a dime on souvenirs items.
... the archipelago were recorded. Contacts became more frequent after 1840, because of the interest in sandalwood from New Caledonia. As trade in sandalwood declined, it was replaced by a new form of trade, "Blackbirding", a euphemism for enslaving people from New Caledonia, the Loyalty Islands, New Hebrides, New Guinea, and the Solomon Islands to work in sugar cane plantations in Fiji and Queensland.The trade ceased at the start of the 20th ...