Le Pacifique - Complexe Nouvata Parc
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My journey map through the South Pacific is starting to resemble my itsey-bitsey-teenie-weenie-yellow-polka -dot-bikini, just look at those green spots all over the ocean! It took me three days to get to New Caledonia passing through Fiji from Auckland.
Arriving in the Pacific Riviera there is an undeniable sense of the finesse and flair …
... to have it under control though, one vehicle would move over and drive along the verge when passing. No need to slow down :) Yekele beach was worth the drive, an absolutely beautiful unspoilt paradise. Lined with Palm trees, the sand was a mix of sand and finely crushed coral, which was beautiful to walk on, it felt like a foot massage. The water was crystal clear, and quite warm. Snorkelling was a real pleasure, the ...
... was when a European (maybe Dutch or German) boy turned up at the hostel when reception was closed. Im not saying I expect people to be chatting in English or anything, but I dont think Ive ever been anywhere where all the tourists are from "the mother country". Except Macau perhaps. But at least then my mum was with me! So after 4 nights at Auberge, I have now checked into a normal hotel. Not motel, hostel, resort, resthouse or eco lodge. ...
... br> smelter, belching out fumes while feeding the line of tankers that are lined up
hungrily to receive the ‘green gold’ or nickel that is being pulled from the
land. My breath is taken away by the Mont d’or mountain which rears over the
bay, people come for miles to drink the water that runs down its flanks. I see
it again at dusk today, running in the 90% humidity with Bobbi, its contours
picked out by the last painterly rays of sun, ...
... enough to fit into the P & O cruisers budget. New Caledonia is simply the same price as Sydney. No cheeky little island bargains. Jane's husband is coming to pick her up in his red 5150, towing their red speedboat and they will continue up to the north to go camping. I scan the carpark with her to see if he has arrived, the sky is bruised black and blue and rain is impending. It is 28 degrees and hot and humid. From the tourist bus, a 40 min drive into Noumea, the land ...