Hotel Le Stanley Noumea
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Very hot in Noumea, found 400th geocache (eclipse mint tin) behind the trolley bay at the supermarket. Too hot for walking round, picked up duty free birthday present for John, then back to the ship. Had a swim in the pool then lay out on the back deck near the air conditioner exhaust fans, very windy, but cool. Met everyone for dinner again. The Chinese waiter loves Lexie and keeps making her napkin animals. Shannon ate a bucket of chicken wings for ...
... two of the large Australian guns that helped protect the island during the war.
We stopped for a view overlooking the city at St. Joseph Cathedral. We thought we were interrupting a wedding. But our guide explained that many Japanese couples come here for wedding photos. We saw the same couple later taking more photographs at Ouen Toro.
Ouen Toro is located at one of the highest points of the island and is partially ...
Several islands make up New Caledonia, the principal being Grande Terre. Noumea is the only “city” on these ...
... of the bigger huts.
We thoroughly enjoyed both of our tours and we still had time enough to walk into town where a market was being held in Coconut Square, the main local hub. The market was full of great little artifacts and souvenirs of which we bought a cool little turtle sculpture for home. Tiffany also managed to buy a sarong for about $8 and she looks very nice in it.
Sadly time was up but we did manage to have time for a beer. I ...
... went though little villages and past a mission where the road turns in to go back across the country. It's dirt now, deep rusty red dirt, but no matter. As we climb the road gets narrower and has more and more hairpin turns. It gets narrower still so oncoming traffic is a bit akward and it gets rutted and rocky. And it gets steeper. We're now on a road about six feet wide and our stupid little rattle trap of a car is wheezing in protest at the climb. When I ...