L'Escapade Island Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... On vous remercie toujours chaleureusement de votre visite, comme si vous leur aviez rendu service, alors que ce sont nous les bénéficiaires de l'accueil et de l'hospitalité. À ceux et celles qui habitent ces îles visitées et qui reçoivent mon blogue un sincère merci. This is my last day in Noumea and even in New Caledonia. Next week a new chapter of my journey will begin with the arrival of Andre Lemay. So this is an opportunity for ...
... que le Nord, " c'est juste les Kanak" me dit-il. Conversation éclairante. I mean here the beginnings of the French colonization. A Kanak fellow brought us, Mika and me, to Mahamat where the first French missionaries arrived. I was told that one of them spoke Wallisian ( the language spoken on Wallis Island) and that a Kanak , member of the tribe greeting them, had spent some time on Wallis and spoke the language. Through these two persons communication was ...
Can't believe we’ve only got one more full day to go; it has gone so quickly. Centre Tjibaou this morning- the Melanesian cultural centre, built with 1 billion French euros in the aftermath of the battle for independence in the late 80s. The incredible steel and wood structure designed by Renzo Piano was the dream of the Independence leader Jean Tjibaou who signed the Matignon agreement in 1988 which allowed France to withdraw her troops and not be punished ...
... to the group. This was actually a church group who were getting together people from different towns so they could get to know each other better. After lunch Caleb came up to me to show me an inscribed and signed book they have given him - The Book of Mormons in French!!! I turn around and Christine has one too inscribed to her and I. Who knew. A nice group of people and something we had no idea we would be a part of when we left the hotel this ...
... kitchen proved to be harder than expected so we found ourselves in a Hilton for the first five nights. It's in the area where all of the popular beaches are so it works. The place is actually quite specious with two balconies and a washing machine. We walked down to Anse Vata Beach which we could see from our balcony and got our bearings before the sun went down. We glanced at prices for restaurants - even more $ than AUS or NZ. We knew we were in ...