Hotel Le Stanley Noumea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Noro: “SO I’M A NURSE, AND YOU’VE GOT PSORIASIS”
Nat: (oh my favourite topic, anyone that knows me will know how many ******* things I’ve tried and that everyone has a ******* opinion and remedy) “Yep”
Noro: “WHAT’VE YOU TRIED ON IT”
Nat and mum unison: “Everything”
Noro: “HAVE YOU TRIED MOO GOO?”
... city really took off when France established a penal colony at the southern end of the island. The convicts built the city. These people were confined from 1864-1897 and then were freed to become new immigrants. Boats with female prisoners were sent so the men would marry and have children. The island's population is quite religious with the Catholics being the largest denomination, followed by the Protestants and smaller congregations for ...
... after the initial expense of the cruise itself....more fool me!!! The cost of Internet access, shore excursions, alcohol, water, soft drinks, spa treatments etc. was very high. Yes there is enough food to feed a few third world countries for a few months comfortably but everything else comes at a cost. Thankfully I had been warned by the parents so I tried to keep my spending to a minimum but my penhant for a glass or two of white wine at night soon saw the bill racking up. ...
... Marion is from Florida). It’s interesting chatting to fellow passengers and we’ve noticed how friendly everyone is. It’s Caribbean Night tonight with lots of passengers dressed up for the occasion. The dining room staff usually put on a song and dance during dinner so that’s entertaining.
Tonight’s show is Comedy Hypnosis which isn’t something we would normally go to but it was funny and tastefully done.
... the laundry or buy a wifi ticket. So the Auberge was a pretty isolating experience. All apart from a lovely French girl called Fanny (dont worry, she knows how unfortunate her name is in the English speaking world!) who was in the bed above mine and spoke some English. She had a great big cough which didnt annoy me as I thought she was so lovely. It seems a lot of the "tourists", if there really are any, are from France. The only time I have ...