Ramada Plaza Noumea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 8217;T LIKE GINGER, CAN I SMELL IT?”
Noro: *two inches away from my face
Noro: 8 )
Nat: *moves cocktail towards Noro
Noro: *takes a good old sniff. “OH I’LL BUY ONE FOR PHILLIPA MY WIFE LATER”
20 seconds go by where Noro tries to order a drink by yelling at the bar tender and I eventually communicate that what he is in fact asking for is ...
... Capricorn and the weather is about the same all year long.
Noumea is the capital of New Caledonia and is located on Grande Terre. It is one of the most westernized capitals in the Pacific Islands. The city has a population of around 100,000 including the Kanak people who are indigenous to the islands. Unlike the US and Australia, the Kanaks were not confined to reservations.
The Australians arrived looking for gold in 1854, ...
... to admit coming on a cruise on your own is slightly daunting. I had visions of the love boat & oh yes there were a number of singles on board looking for love. Less than 6 hours in and I learned that you should not sit on your own in the bar after dinner if you do not want to draw attention to yourself! Needless to say I avoided the bar after dinner from then on in. Lesson number 1 learned! My initial thoughts on the cruise were that it would be a cheap enough way to spend ...
... in 1874. We drove up to Quen Toro Lookout where we had an excellent view across the lagoon to small marine reserve islands surrounded by coral reefs. It was very busy up there with tour buses all jockeying for a parking space. Our last stop was at beautiful Ante Vata beach where Ros decided she had to check out the water temperature and go for a paddle.
Tonight we met the other two passengers who share our table. (Doug comes from near the ...
... No one smiles. Im finding the language barrier a real problem, where I usually don't. Lets face it, no one in Thailand or Cambodia or Solomons expects me to speak their languages, but here, like in Europe, I'm just yet another English person who can't speak French. I feel bad about this already without having to be greeted with puzzled looks at the hostel when I just smile and nod to the caretaker's comments to me, or when I want to ...