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A different break.


We are using our passports in New Caledonia spending 3 nights at Nouvata hotel Noumea and today travelled by boat to L'escapade island resort on the island of Ilot Maitre for 4 nights, 4 steps from unit to water. Then back to the Nouvata for 1 night and returing via Sydney for several days to catch up with Eril's family before arriving home on the 18th. Hoping 23 degree salt water will help my body.biggrin

Aussie Paul. smile

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enjoy every minute of you time in New Caledonia. I am very jealous, the warm sal****er will certainly help the aches and pains.

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aussie_paul wrote:

We are using our passports in New Caledonia spending 3 nights at Nouvata hotel Noumea and today travelled by boat to L'escapade island resort on the island of Ilot Maitre for 4 nights, 4 steps from unit to water. Then back to the Nouvata for 1 night and returing via Sydney for several days to catch up with Eril's family before arriving home on the 18th. Hoping 23 degree salt water will help my body.biggrin

Aussie Paul. smile

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-- Edited by aussie_paul on Thursday 10th of May 2018 08:17:24 PM



Stay there Paul I just had a look at our outside thermometer and its two degrees outside in Ballarat at the moment.
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Good to see that you are enjoying yourself, Paul

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Soak up every bit ya can Paul. Enjoy.

I hope the warm salt water works.

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Great place Noumea, Paul  In my career as an Airline Pilot, I went to many Countries, mainly because of the heavily discounted airfares available to airline staff. I didn't work Noumea but I visited there a few times. In the Pacific, I had some interesting experiences in Vanuatu, Noumea, Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa. I was very keen on Port Vila, Vanuatu, in fact I was looking at getting into Air Vanuatu when the Country gained independence round 1980. TAA, who I worked with out of Brisbane flew a service to Port Vila on behalf of Qantas. The French influence in Noumea and Vanuatu was appealing to me. Air Vanuatu didn't work out for me so it was off to greener pastures... Glad you had a good time there in Noumea.



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