L'Escapade Island Resort
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- Swimming pool
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... cooking courses we don’t need lunch and we eat a very light breakfast in anticipation.
This afternoon I go to the salon for spa treatments and Dennis goes to the hot tub. So this will be a relaxing day for all. Tomorrow afternoon we get into New Caledonia.
We arrived in New Caledonia about 1 pm. It was a beautiful sail in. The Pacific Ocean is such a ...
... being fed interesting anecdotes regarding the people and culture. Our bus made its way through the various winding streets to the church, which is well maintained and has lovely stained glass windows. I took plenty of photo's which you can view of the church.
Our next stop was the lookout where we could see Amadee Island off in the distance. 2 huge cannons were placed here during ...
... 8217;T LIKE GINGER, CAN I SMELL IT?”
Noro: *two inches away from my face
Noro: 8 )
Nat: *moves cocktail towards Noro
Noro: *takes a good old sniff. “OH I’LL BUY ONE FOR PHILLIPA MY WIFE LATER”
20 seconds go by where Noro tries to order a drink by yelling at the bar tender and I eventually communicate that what he is in fact asking for is ...
Noumea, New Caledonia
Firstly I'd like to apologies about the lack of updates, the truth is we have been having so much fun I haven't had time to write! I have a an hour or so now so I will try to fill you in although some of the finer details won't be as good.
Finally we had our first stop of the trip, a stopover in Noumea for the day.
Noumea is the capital of New Caledonia and is situated on the Grand Terre island which is ...
... 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 ...