The sunsets in Vanuatu are brilliant, as they tend to be in the Tropics. We were lucky enough to be right on the waterside looking straight out through the harbour entrance and it was always well worthwhile to be at home at sunset just to experience the amazing range of colours that were on show on different nights. A nice cocktail, or beer, or wine, or juice and either sitting on the deck or lounging in the pool was a superb way of rounding off a day. This is from our place, The Moorings, and I would recommend it- great situation, just a short walk from town, wonderful staff, food is great and a terrific little bar that will carry on just as long as you wish to carry on. (If you're a beer drinker, ask for a discount card- get a pint for VT3200 instead of VT4000- good deal.)
Vanuatu- Surprise Package February 21st 2009 Sorta, kinda didn't really know what to expect when I first went to Vanuatu as the online information isn't terribly extensive, (http://www.vanuatutourism.com/vanuatu/cms/index.html) so while I had made some plans as to things I wanted to do, there was still the very real sense of "I wonder..." as we descended into Bauerfield International. The surrounding countryside was rough grazing land covere ... read more
Oceania » Vanuatu » Efate » Port Vila The British and French, who settled the New Hebrides in the 19th century, agreed in 1906 to an Anglo-French Condominium, which administered the islands until independence in 1980.... ... read more
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