Le Surf Hotel
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... after weeks of shared dorms in hostels. The first day we set sail from Sydney around 6pm passing out by Manly and sailing up the Queensland coast. We had two full days at sea before we came to our first stop the island of the Isle of Pines in New Caladonia. The Islands of New Caladonia are under French rule and have been since the 1800's. I had booked a 2 hour guided tour of the island on board the ship that cost me $60AUD the same tour was being offered for $25AUD by ...
... a curiousmix of ultra modern, old French, and quaint native. Signs are in French, English, and the local dialect. Quite a melting pot.Our excursion today was our favorite to date. We sailed the harbors of Noumea on a ...
... for miles, and was full of interesting nooks and crannies, and beautiful fish. Some were quite territorial, and were attacking the camera... Luckily they weren't sharks :) The main past times of the day were snorkelling, sunning on the beach, with a bit of coconut cracking thrown in (harder than it looks, according to Bec :) The Go Pro had its second outing, this time I worked out how to take photo's And video! I do doubt ...
... was when a European (maybe Dutch or German) boy turned up at the hostel when reception was closed. Im not saying I expect people to be chatting in English or anything, but I dont think Ive ever been anywhere where all the tourists are from "the mother country". Except Macau perhaps. But at least then my mum was with me! So after 4 nights at Auberge, I have now checked into a normal hotel. Not motel, hostel, resort, resthouse or eco lodge. ...
... and grating before naps out on the lounges waiting to be picked up. The kids found all the tricot rayes curled up at the bottom of trees and Sewa showed us how to catch crabs Maurician style (ie by the fesses)
The wonderful women who served the food, washed our feet of sand before we got on the boat, danced and demostrated crafts are an all-woman tourist industry that has kept people coming back here for 30 years. Everyone loves a desert island. ...