Motel Anse Vata

19 Rue Gabriel Laroque, Noumea, Grand Terre, 98847, New Caledonia | Motel
 

Travel Blogs from Noumea

Fun in Noumea

A travel blog entry by morgansontour

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... hill to the forest garden.

A big like Kings Park in Perth, it is an area of natural bush put aside by the city to preserve the flora and fauna of the area. We are met by 3 guides/trainers and receive personalised training in the safe used of the battery powered 2 wheeled machine. You stand on them and have to balance, which is not *******ce you are used to it. You only use the handlebar by pushing to the right or left to ...

Sixième jour

A travel blog entry by pippat

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... to get here and were on the way to their homestays. The girls were all leggy in their shorts, bunched in the centre of the bus surrounded by all the NC uni students. Michelle and I hopped off in town to buy a 'robe de mission' to take home for a school Francophone day. We found one in a little Chinese store in the ‘Quartier asiatique’, bright fuchsia with a printed turtle on it, a premonition of the turtle I would follow that afternoon at the Óle de canard. When ...

Doughy and Blowy

A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny

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... and it didn't disappoint. A quick, do-it-yourself snorkel tour of a 1200 franc boat ride to the island and I have not seen as many different coloured corals since Blue Pearl in the Great Barrier Reef.... it may have even be more colourful. It was a delight, and so too was a turtle and an eel (although the latter does give you a fright, wriggling its way beneath you).

A Thursday evening market had dancing and music ...

Paris of the Pacific

A travel blog entry by lottyh

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... windsurfers and
kiteboarders, joggers, and sun-worshipers. Water
sports enthusiasts, and nature devotees alike can find plenty of
diversion in and around this "Provencal" city.


``Noumea is the center of New Caledonia's epicurean and cultural scene, with
restaurants serving French, Asian, and brousse
(bush) cuisine; and museums exhibiting art and Melanesian artifacts. That
restaurant is very good, but oh, very ...

October 2013

A travel blog entry by passera

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... waves crash against the rocks. This process has carved the rocks that lets water flow through. The wall is only a few metres higher than the sea but there’s a spot where it’s only a few inches higher than the swells. That’s low enough for sea water to flow through the rocks and get trapped in a sandy bottom pit that forms a natural pool. It’s protected there, so there’s hardly any wind and the water is calm, like a swimming pool. The sand and ...

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This motel, located on 19 Rue Gabriel Laroque, Noumea, is near Aquanature and Mont Coffyn.
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