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Today was the first day we got off the ship, ww were all very excited. Unfortunately our Kayaking trip had been cancelled, but we had booked a zodiac ride to Duck Island instead. Our trip,started at 8am (or so we thought) so we were up bright and early. Only to discover it wasn't until 9am. But that was ok, it gave us a chance to look around the markets in the terminal. There was some nice stuff, but a bit pricey. We made our way to our tour group at ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... with New Caledonia but Napoleon stomped carte blanche over that idea painting the Kanaks as cannibals and savages in order to colonise the islands for France.
Thinking back, what was that rhyme we’d sing in the play ground?
On the edge of France
Where the naked ladies dance
And the men play drums
On the naked ladies bums
It must be true, one day at the beach I saw a nude woman stride into the sea, bold as brass, boobs and bottom ...
... visibility would be bad anyway.
The wind died towards the end of the week and sent the kitesurfers into the cafes gloomy faced. I on the other had raced out for an underwater adventure. Snorkelling at Baie de Citron I saw a family of the largest Nemos I have ever seen. I've eaten smaller peices of fish from the local takeaway!
The Ile Aux Canards was a tick in the guidebook as one of the best places ...