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Day 11: 12 July – Isle of Pines
Early breakfast today as our excursion left at 8.45am and we have to be tendered ashore. Fantastic sunrise this morning as we neared the Isle of Pines. We met a couple more Kiwis this morning as we walked along the deck. They were from Wellington and Foxton Beach and on their first cruise. It was a beautiful day to go ashore and enjoy the beach. Our tour (A Glimpse of the ...
Saturday 7 June, Day 13
We are at Isles des Pines today, which was a French penal colony from 1872. The native people (known as Kanaks or Kunies) maintain strong control over the island through the tribal system. Once again we don't have any organised tours today, but we took the tender boat on to the island to go snorkeling in shallow, crystal ...
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 ...
Today we woke up in Mare', New Caledonia. The scenery was beautiful.
The only thing to do in Mare' is go to Yejele (Jelly) Beach so we didn’t rush this morning. Cam woke up perfectly fine and ready to explore (yay) and the boys were treated to breakfast in bed again.
We had to board the tender again to go ashore, and we were greeted by the locals singing. There was a little market ...
... lovely in their photos.
While we were looking, we saw Kelly and Daz and they came and sat with us for a good couple of hours pool side while Cammy swam around like a fish and we waited for Aido to join us :) Once Aido joined us, we went to the waterside area. Aido, Cam and Daz went on the yellow slide, and I went on the Green Thunder. Took a great shot on the GoPro of the view from the Green Thunder. Kelly and Neaty laid on the deck chairs relaxed ...