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Anniversary – Easo, Lifou New Caledonia
Seventeen years ago today I was getting married on side of the caldera by the mayor of Santorini, Greece. Today we're on another tiny island in the South Pacific, more specifically Easo on the French island of New Caledonia. It would be really interesting to know just how miles we’ve travelled in the twenty-two years together, easily in the six figures I suspect. ...
Lifou, New Caledonia
After the gorgeous Pacific Jewel departed from Noumea early in the evening we headed for Lifou which is a part of the Loyalty Islands which make up New Caledonia. It is home to one of the most diverse landscapes in the South Pacific and has a wonderful white beach at its forefront with coral reefs located right beneath you on shore. Marine life decorates the water and it is a great spot for snorkeling and diving.
After a rough nights sleep we ...
Up early but a very leisurely start to the day. Our first view of Lifou from the balcony was one of beaches and lush green tropical stuff. The water was a number of shades of stunning blue. After breakfast in our cabin we left Dad to it and headed for the tender. We hit the island about 08:30 and it was already nice and warm. Lots of locals offering to bead our hair until they saw under my hat. Then they offered massages instead. We turned left at the carpark ...
We saw many small village homes, visited the Chief's Hut and a local church and fishing area. Quite a nice morning out. On our return we walked up to the Church on the top of the hill for an amazing image of the Carnival Spirit anchored in Jinek Bay, and a glorious panoramic view over the island and lagoons.
After the church, we walked across the island to the Marine Reserve. When we came here with the girls ...
... would be lots of amazing places to discover here, like some of the other islands we've been to this is a real untouched paradise with friendly locals.
We were back on the ship by about 3pm and lay about in the cabin relaxing for a while. At about 4.30 Santa arrived by tender boat, we didn't bother going up on deck with all the screaming kids but managed to get a good view through our window. Then we went out to reception to ...