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 …
... only to be told by the cleaner it is only 6 am it won't open for smother hour. Ohhhh dear what do a cuppa on deck 12 to watch as we steamed past the outter parts pf Noumea until We finally came around the island heading for our docking. Finally able to get to break it was the usual breaky small talk & more food. We are booked on the Noumea City Highlights tour that starts at 9.30am. Can only go via their transport as we are docked along side ...
... is up against some heavy competition after Tahiti, the Great Barrier Reef and the Maldives. Escapade was a bit underwhelming, but we did make friends with a large sea turtle that wasn't intimidated by us at all. After a couple hours, we head back to the ship for a late lunch. Our next stop is Mystery ...
... scrape away what they need leaving a big, ugly red scar. And, according to the mine workers hanging around, this is the way home. There is a sign saying the road is closed from 11 to 4:30, I guess when they're working. But it's 4:36 so off we go into this empty bleak landscape. We pass rows of huge trucks and earthmoving equipment as the road winds around exhausted areas and new land being torn up. This goes on so long we're sure the guys gave us the ...
... lemonade. Delicious! When we returned to the market we were treated to a traditional dance by the local boys, and invited to join in. Fun! We met up with Mark and Anthony, who had done the same tour in the morning, and a tour of the village in the afternoon. Sam and Tom were lucky enough to find a guide who took them to an underground lake. What a pity they didn't have their camera, it sounded beautiful. We saw our first turtles of the trip, while waiting on the ...