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New Caledonia – Summary, tips and budget

19 September 2018
pleiades du sud-ouvea-caledonie

Taking the opportunity of a running race organized in Noumea I went to spend a week in New Caledonia. It was not especially on my list of islands / countries to visit but I was really conquered! Trip – Day 1-3 : Noumea  (“capitale” of Caledonia): Airbnb at Jane‘s house for 13663Fr (144,5E). => The perfect host that will bring you shopping or Magenta Airport if needed. – Day 3-5 : Isle of Pines : Atchu ca;psite in hut for 4250Fr per night…

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Ouvea – paradise of New Caledonia

11 September 2018
mouli-ouvea-caledonie

It’s simple, Ouvéa is nicknamed the island closest to paradise. And honestly, that’s true! I only stayed there 2 days after the Isle of Pines but I really loved it!! Les cocotiers cottage I google and I had noticed that the best part of Ouvea is Mouli. So I wanted to stay there to enjoy its paradisiacal beach! I chose the cottage cocotiers (FYI there is a campsite not far from the beach in Lekiny). I had a hut with…

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Isle of Pines – New Caledonia

9 September 2018
piscine naturelle-natural pool-caledonie-caledonia-iles des pins

After my first weekend at Nouméa I took an domestic flightticket on Air Calédonie for the Isle of Pines. Unfortunately the weather was not my ally and I had only rain … I almost did not land as well, indeed after two unsuccessful attempts the pilots return to Nouméa. The second was good for us! And get a free little flyover of the island 😊. Atchu campsite The accommodation being relatively expensive I booked to the Atchu campsite a wooden…

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Noumea – New Caledonia

3 September 2018
anse vata-noumea-caledonie

When I knew that a running race was organized in Noumea, I thought it was time for me to discover “le caillou” 😉 Arrival in New Caledonia I took a plane ticket directly into the Air Calin website. FYI the flight is operated by Air New Zealand. There are no direct flights every day. It takes 3 hours to connect La Tontouta (the international airport north of Noumea) from Auckland. Once there, two options are available to you : – the…

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Winter in New Zealand

24 August 2018
piha-hiver

In New Zealand, winter starts on June 1st (not at the solstice) and lasts until the end of August. I spent this winter 2018 working in Auckland, not the most fun 🙄. Weather in New Zealand Auckland (and overall north island) The Auckland winter is not very cold … But rather very rainy! In general, the weather is rather capricious in Auckland because of its enclave between two oceans. Winter is still relatively rare to have a full day without…

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4d week-end in Christchurch

5 July 2018
pont-remembrance-Christchurch

During my preparation of my weekend I was thinking of doing a road trip around Christchurch for 4 days. And then I finally took a appointment for a new tattoo, incorrigible! Christchurch city Christchurch is the biggest city of the South Island and the point of arrival of the international flights of this island. The city has been affected by several powerful earthquakes in 2010, 2011 and 2016. At present the city is still under reconstruction. It gives the impression…

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Prepare your next trip, my best tips

14 June 2018
sunrise-avion-plane-sky

Today I talk to you about how to prepare your trip! Usually, when I travel, I tend to prepare a minimum (circuit / accommodation). I know vaguely the main points of interest. Then, once I’m on the spot, I decide  what to do/see according to the weather, my mood day. Yes, because we don’t get up every day like “hey today I really want to hike”. And I like doing a mix, visits, walks, chill at the beach. (My little…

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Road trip to Cape Reinga (3 days)

10 June 2018
cape reinga

For the Queen’s birthday’s long weekend I made a road trip in the Northland with the aim to reach Cape Reinga. This is the northernmost point of New Zealand! First step : Whangarei falls 425km separate Auckland from Cape Reinga. Having 3 days ahead I made a relaxed journey. I first went to Whangarei Falls. I already had the opportunity to visit this city but having no van at the time I didn’t go to see this falls. It was a rainy…

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The underground Melbourne

30 May 2018
Melbourne-AC/DC lane

On the occasion of the Great Ocean Road Half Marathon, I landed in Melbourne, underground city of Australia. I took the opportunity to visit a bit and do my administrative procedures to better prepare my WHT in Australia. City presentation The second bigest city in Australia (after Sydney), Melbourne is the capital of the Victoria in the south of the country. It is known for it street art which gives it an underground side. If you are a tennis fan,…

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A weekend at Waiheke Island

12 May 2018
Little Oneroa Waiheke Island

On the occasion of his half marathon I spent a weekend at Waiheke Island, a small island off Auckland. I am talking here about this beautiful island and I prepare an article for the race’s minute (and my Frequency Running’s preparation ). Presentation and access Waiheke Island is a small island off Auckland. It is accessed via a ferry ($38 return) from Auckland Harbor, allow about 45 minutes, each hour). The local bus company serves the island very well. And…

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