Address: Tribu de Xepenehe, Lifou, Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Lifou

    You've got to be Jokin

    A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Mar 28, 2014

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    I share my room with 3 men. Their faces are carved into the pole that holds up the roof of my hut. I have also been sharing my room with Raul, the friendly stubby-tailed ginger cat who belongs at Gite 'Lilo Reve' in north Lifou Island where I am staying. I’ve named him Raul due to his constant meowing, rauling, purring and chattering away. I …

    Lazy Lifou Island

    A travel blog entry by morgansontour on Jun 06, 2014

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    Friday 6 June, Day 12.

    We are at Lifou Island, part of the Loyalty Islands of New Caledonia, which is a "Compartement" of France. Alan & Jo have gone ashore for a tour, but we didn't see anything that appealed to us so we are staying put and enjoying the sunshine next to the ...

    Easo, Lifou

    A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Oct 16, 2013

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    Easo, Lifou was the day after Port Vila and the only tender port during our cruise. We went to the showroom to get tickets and play trivia while waiting for our ticket to be called. We then got on a tender, which just so happened to be the lifeboat assigned to us, and went to shore. We were originally planning to walk to the other side of the island to a snorkeling place, but as ...

    Legendary Lifou

    A travel blog entry by maccaspencer on Jul 09, 2013

    Today we docked at Lifou in New Caledonia. We took tender boats to the island, which was beautiful. I got my hair braided first, then went to the market. Morgan bought a tomahawk. We met up with dad who was talking to a little boy named Gregory. He didn't speak english but he did understand thumbs up and knuckles. He kept saying Chicaxe, I think thats how you spell it. I need to ...

    A Slight Detour...

    A travel blog entry by muzzarox on May 15, 2013

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    ... many locals offering tours here and we opted to take a scenic tour into town so we could see a bit more of the island. The town area was small but busy. The picturesque Luecila Beach in Santal Bay was quite spectacular, not fringed by resorts or shops, but framed by palm trees - amazing white as white sands and that amazing turquoise water, but we were disappointed to see so much litter scattered in and around the trees on the edge of such ...