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


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 …

Easo, Lifou

A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley


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

... what it means!!

We went walking around the island to use up time then came back to the village watch the kids sing and dance. They were very excited when I took a photo of them. I gave it to them then took another photo for me to keep.

It was time to go snorkelling so we went to Jinek Bay and, well, snorkelled. I took photos underwater with Kate's camera.

A Slight Detour...

A travel blog entry by muzzarox


... beach!

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 ...

Christmas in the Pacific

A travel blog entry by footloose_llr


... very dark little cave, although there’s a couple of guys down there with torches to help… and then there’s the little pool, omg just amazing… there’s about a 2 metre drop into the clearest coolest water. You just have to jump off the edge into the dark and when you hit the water it almost takes your breath away it’s so cold but so worth doing it. When we first entered the cave we heard these voices ...


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