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Micronesia Identity Card

Micronesia Identity Card

Micronesia Identity Card - Official name : É Capital city :  Area:  Population  Religion : it varies significantly depending on the Change : the US dollar. - United with the American winners, under the name of Trust Territory of the Pacific […]

Transport and travel Fiji Islands

Transport and travel Fiji Islands

Transport and travel Fiji Islands Here is the challenge of a trip to Fiji: to succeed in moving between the islands, without wasting too much time and without breaking the bank in the process ... Plane or helicopter It is perfectly possible to land at Viti […]

Health and Safety Tasmania

Health and Safety Tasmania

Health and Safety Tasmania Health No risk of catching a tropical disease or a nasty parasitic disease in Tasmania. However, some basic precautions are recommended. - No compulsory vaccine to travel to Tasmania. - Medical care is quite expensive in Australia. […]

Geography and landscapes New Caledonia

Geography and landscapes New Caledonia

Geography and landscapes New Caledonia Located west of eastern Caledonia is an archipelago of islands. The main island or "Grande Terre", 400 km long and 50 km wide, with an area of ​​16 km², is crossed in its entire length by a mountain range whose […]

Australia Identity Card

Australia Identity Card

Australia Identity Card - Area: 7 km² Population: 25 inhabitants (180 estimate).- Capital city : Canberra.- Density Official language : English.- Change : Australian dollar.- Ré Prime Minister :  Head of state : Queen Elizabeth II. - UNESCO World […]

Entry formalities and useful contact Micronesia

Entry formalities and useful contact Micronesia

Entry formalities and useful contact Micronesia Entry formalities Citizens of member countries of the European Union can stay for up to 30 days without a visa or Entry Permit in the territory of the Federated States of Micronesia.Un passport […]

Culture and tours Samoa

Culture and tours Samoa

Culture and tours Samoa Samoan beliefs (ancient) Everything in the Polynesian world was once steeped in the sacred. Religious, political and social organization was based on beliefs related to aitu, the deified ancestors (great chiefs, warrior heroes, priests) […]

Geography and landscapes Micronesia

Geography and landscapes Micronesia

Geography and landscapes Micronesia Les ÉPonape) and Kosrae. We count in everything 607 Islands (an average size of just over 1 km²!), spread over 2 km from west to east and 900 km² of maritime space! Almost all of these islands are made up ofatolls, […]

Activities, sports and leisure French Polynesia

Activities, sports and leisure French Polynesia

Activities, sports and leisure French Polynesia The sea Diving L & rsquoBora, a simple mask gives access to sites where stingrays, morays and barracudas evolve. We have long used to feed sharks in Polynesia: shark feeding leads to an impressive frenzy, […]

Health and Safety Australia

Health and Safety Australia

Health and Safety Australia Health Vaccinations No vaccine required to land on Australian soil. It is simply recommended to be up to date in its "universal" vaccinations : diphtheria, tetanus, polio, pertussis, measles, mumps, hepatitis B. Health insurance Before […]

Tasmania Identity Card

Tasmania Identity Card

Tasmania Identity Card - Location: É Area: 68 000 km² Population: 531 inhabitants (000 estimate).- Density Capital of Fairy capital Official language : l & rsquo Change : the Australian dollar.- Ré Head of l & rsquo Site listed as a UNESCO World […]

Where to eat, food and drink Fiji Islands

Where to eat, food and drink Fiji Islands

Where to eat, food and drink Fiji Islands Kitchen If there is a place where the multicultural character from Fiji expresses itself and transcends dividing lines, it's good on the plates. As a backdrop, the islands provide a abundance of fresh produce. The […]

Micronesia Culture

Micronesia Culture

Micronesia Culture Cultural groups of the Pacific The Pacific Islands are inhabited by three major human cultural groups: the Melanesians, the Polynesians and Micronesians. It was the French explorer Dumont d'Urville who proposed this division in 1831 - […]

Traditions and customs Australia

Traditions and customs Australia

Traditions and customs Australia The mateship or a cool way of life Mateship and cool attitude ... “We're just a bunch of convicts, mate! "(" We're just a bunch of convicts, mate! "): That sums up the Australian philosophy and lifestyle. Un sense of self-mockery […]

Geography and landscapes Tasmania

Geography and landscapes Tasmania

Geography and landscapes Tasmania Australia's southernmost and smallest state (apart from the Capital Territory of Australia), Tasmania is located 240 km south-east of mainland Australia. It is separated from it by the tumultuous waters of the Bass Strait. […]

Entry formalities and useful contacts French Polynesia

Entry formalities and useful contacts French Polynesia

Entry formalities and useful contacts French Polynesia Entry formalities You must present a passport. For European Union nationals, it must be valid for at least 6 months after return; for the Swiss, at least 3 months after the date of arrival; for […]

Traditions and customs New Caledonia

Traditions and customs New Caledonia

Traditions and customs New Caledonia Kanak culture THEtraditional customary organization continues to govern the daily life of the clans of New Caledonia, especially in the Loyalty Islands, but also on the Isle of Pines and along the east coast of Grande […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Fiji Islands

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Fiji Islands

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Fiji Islands For an idea of ​​average rates, see the budget in Fiji. Small budgets An exception that confirms the rule in the Kingdom of the South Seas, Fiji is not content with offering (great) luxury hotel complexes. […]

Health and safety New Caledonia

Health and safety New Caledonia

Health and safety New Caledonia Health No vaccine is mandatory, but it is advisable to be up to date with your universal vaccinations (DTCP, hepatitis B), and possibly to be vaccinated against typhoid and hepatitis A. The sanitary equipment is of an excellent […]

Climate, seasons and weather New Zealand

Climate, seasons and weather New Zealand

Climate, seasons and weather New Zealand In the southern hemisphere, the seasons are reversed compared to those we know. Summer therefore extends from December to March, winter from June to September. The climate is largely detropical at the end of the North […]

Health and Safety New Zealand

Health and Safety New Zealand

Health and Safety New Zealand Health There is n & rsquoZeeland. No vaccine is required to enter the country. On site, just pay attention to Sun burn, protect yourself with a high index sunscreen (even on a gray day), especially in the south, where you […]

The Outback: Australia, desert side

The Outback: Australia, desert side

It is called the "red heart". The most desert part of the driest of continents, the'Outback Australian (“hinterland”) unfolds landscapes of barely conceivable […]

Recommended routes Micronesia

Recommended routes Micronesia

Recommended routes Micronesia 10 days in Micronesia L & rsquo4 days) Stone coins The common houses of the villages and the Yap Living History Museum (in Colonia) Diving with manta rays Yap Day on March 1st (extraordinary!) L & rsquo3 days) Diving […]

Practical life on site New Caledonia

Practical life on site New Caledonia

Practical life on site New Caledonia Time difference Add 9h in relation to summer time and 10h in winter (from the end of September to the end of March). Thus, when it is noon in Paris, it is 21 p.m. in Nouméa in summer and 22 p.m. in winter. Electricity 220 […]

Accommodation and hotels Samoa

Accommodation and hotels Samoa

Accommodation and hotels Samoa Fales The fale is the unmissable Samoan: has a traditional open construction, which is more reminiscent of the Guyanese carbets than the houses in good standing. Often built on stone foundations or on stilts along the coast, […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation French Polynesia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation French Polynesia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation French Polynesia The mediocre l & rsquoprix. Here are some ways to remedy the problem. Family pensions This formula, which is similar to rural lodgings, is in the spotlight throughout the territory, and it is […]

Entry formalities and useful contacts New Caledonia

Entry formalities and useful contacts New Caledonia

Entry formalities and useful contacts New Caledonia Entry formalities - If you are United or in Asia) enter the same. In the event of a stopover in the United States. It is thus necessary verify that their passport meets American standards, and […]

Recommended itineraries New Caledonia

Recommended itineraries New Caledonia

Recommended itineraries New Caledonia Two weeks in New Caledonia Noumea Moselle Bay market City walk Visit of the Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Center Beaches of Anse Vata and Baie des Citrons Excursion to the islet of Amédée (snorkelling) Mount Ouentoro The […]

Recommended routes Australia

Recommended routes Australia

Recommended routes Australia By plane, bus, car or van for a road trip, you will have to choose the best option according to the time you have and your wallet to approach this country-continent! Given the distances, it may be interesting to combine several […]

Australia: Kangaroo Island, the animal island

Australia: Kangaroo Island, the animal island

110 km southwest of Adelaide, Kangaroo Island is the third largest Australian island after Tasmania and Melville Island. Its isolation has allowed the preservation […]

New Caledonia identity card

New Caledonia identity card

New Caledonia identity card - Location: sea, which has 3 provinces and 33 municipalities.After Area: 18 575 km² Population: 271 inhabitants (000 estimate), d & rsquo Density Chief town: Noumé Languages: the franc Change : the pacific franc also […]

Where to eat, food and drink French Polynesia

Where to eat, food and drink French Polynesia

Where to eat, food and drink French Polynesia Kitchen The rule is simple: eat like at home and you will be ruined. Eat Polynesian and you will feast almost cheaply. For a simple snack, bet on roulottes, snacks arranged in vans. There are many on the Papeete […]

Culture and arts French Polynesia

Culture and arts French Polynesia

Culture and arts French Polynesia Mythology and beliefs Great lovers of the land from the bottom of the large entities of the Polynesian area. Other similar legends give birth to the different archipelagos, then to the islands themselves. L & rsquoBora, […]

Where to eat, food and drinks New Caledonia

Where to eat, food and drinks New Caledonia

Where to eat, food and drinks New Caledonia Kitchen New Caledonian cuisine reflects the region: mixed. It is easy to eat typically French, but also Indonesian, Vietnamese and Chinese, especially in Nouméa. Le bougna, a Melanesian dish, could nevertheless […]

Tasmania Activities, Sports and Recreation

Tasmania Activities, Sports and Recreation

Tasmania Activities, Sports and Recreation National parks It is one of the main attractions of Tasmania. And for good reason, the island has 20 national parks, which occupy nearly 40% of the territory. The most visited National Parks are those of Freycinet […]

Health and Safety Micronesia

Health and Safety Micronesia

Health and Safety Micronesia Health and sanitary conditions No vaccination is required by local authorities, but it is obviously wise to be up to date with its reminders: DTCP, MMR, hepatitis A or even B. Those who plan to stay in more rudimentary conditions […]

Geography and landscapes New Zealand

Geography and landscapes New Zealand

Geography and landscapes New Zealand From the northern tip of the North Island to the southern tip of the South Island, New Zealand stretches 1 km! Suffice to say that she knows almost all types of landscapes and climates, from the subtropics of Northland […]

Transport and travel New Caledonia

Transport and travel New Caledonia

Transport and travel New Caledonia At the arrival L & rsquoest of Noumea. The journey in taxi to Nouméa costs around 10 FCFP (000 €), but there are also shuttles. To get from the airport to Nouméa by shuttle, count 5 FCFP (000 €) for 42 with Allô […]

Practical life on site Micronesia

Practical life on site Micronesia

Practical life on site Micronesia Time difference The Federated States of Micronesia are divided into two time zones. In the west, Yap and Chuuk are at GMT +10; to the east Pohnpei and Kosrae are at GMT +11.Micronesia does not mark summer time, when it is […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation New Caledonia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation New Caledonia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation New Caledonia Hotels and resorts L & rsquoCalédonie apart from Nouméa where one finds mainly hotels of middle and higher category. There are a few independent hotels classified from 1 to 5 stars (international […]

Where to eat, food and drink New Zealand

Where to eat, food and drink New Zealand

Where to eat, food and drink New Zealand Kitchen New Zealand cuisine has long stuck to the fish & chips, meat pie and pudding landed directly from their native England. Fortunately, this is no longer the case! Marked by the excellent quality of fresh […]

Health and safety French Polynesia

Health and safety French Polynesia

Health and safety French Polynesia Health Recommended vaccinations There is no danger from a health point of view in French Polynesia. No vaccine is required to enter the territory, but it is better to be up to date with its universal vaccinations (diphtheria, […]

Geography and landscapes Fiji Islands

Geography and landscapes Fiji Islands

Geography and landscapes Fiji Islands Covering 18 km², the Fijian archipelago is scattered over nearly 1,3 million km² of Pacific Ocean! To the west are anchored New Caledonia and Vanuatu, also of Melanesian culture, while to the north and east are moored […]

Transport and travel New Zealand

Transport and travel New Zealand

Transport and travel New Zealand Plane The country is well served by air, which is very useful given the long distances to be covered between the north of the North Island and the south of the South Island. Many travelers gradually make their way south by […]

Activities, sports and leisure Fiji Islands

Activities, sports and leisure Fiji Islands

Activities, sports and leisure Fiji Islands Let's be frank: we don't come to Fiji to run the marathon, but rather to forget ourselves on a deserted beach and bask endlessly, before soaking in water exceeding 26 ° C, 28 ° C and sometimes even 30 ° C. However, […]

Entry formalities and useful contacts New Zealand

Entry formalities and useful contacts New Zealand

Entry formalities and useful contacts New Zealand Entry formalities Passport French nationals up to 3 months without a visa, provided they have a passport valid for the duration of the stay, a billet d'avion de retour or continuation. You also have […]

Transport and travel Australia

Transport and travel Australia

Transport and travel Australia Plane L & rsquocost operates domestic flights between the various capitals, but connections to smaller airports are usually provided by Qantas, the national carrier, and prices are a bit higher. A good plan : Qantas offers […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation New Zealand

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation New Zealand

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation New Zealand Do you only have availability : during the summer holidays (from late December to February), and even more so at Christmas time, it is not uncommon for everything to be full in the most touristic areas. Hotels […]

Samoa identity card

Samoa identity card

Samoa identity card - Area  Population  Religion : 57,4% Protestants, 19,4% Catholics, 15,2% Mormons, 7,2% other Christians Density Capital  Languages  RéZé President : Tuimaleali'ifano Va'aletoa Sualauvi II (since July 2017). - Institutions […]

Food, food and drinks Samoa

Food, food and drinks Samoa

Food, food and drinks Samoa Kitchen In Samoa, like almost everywhere else, meals are one of the cornerstones of social life, which brings together families at large. A tradition is essential here: the umu. Common to the entire Polynesian area, this feast […]

Culture Fiji Islands

Culture Fiji Islands

Culture Fiji Islands Ancestor worship In ancient times, ancestor worship prevailed in Fiji. Each clan thus paid homage to its kalou vu, its founder, adored in the seraglio of the very sacred bure kalou ("house of the gods"), superb buildings with high palm […]

Transport and travel Tasmania

Transport and travel Tasmania

Transport and travel Tasmania Go to Tasmania There are no direct international flights to Tasmania. From mainland Australia, Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar et Regional Express offer direct flights to Hobart, Devonport or Burnie from Melbourne, Sydney, […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Australia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Australia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Australia No difficulty in finding the type of accommodation that suits you: there is something for all tastes and all budgets. From standard hotels to camping (sometimes even free), including youth hostels or homestays. In […]

Activities, sports and recreation Samoa

Activities, sports and recreation Samoa

Activities, sports and recreation Samoa We cannot say that sport is the first concern of Samoans. Besides, we would have more tendency, here, to work on your overweight than on your abdominals ...  There remain a few notable exceptions, starting with […]

Practical life on site Samoa

Practical life on site Samoa

Practical life on site Samoa Alcohol Reflecting the very religious character of the Samoans, the sale of alcohol is prohibited on Sundays (consumption is still possible in restaurants and bars). Electricity 230 V, 50 Hz. The plugs are the same, with three […]

Recommended itineraries French Polynesia

Recommended itineraries French Polynesia

Recommended itineraries French Polynesia Travel time Want to see all of PolynéBora in Saint-Michel, the Austral Islands south of the Gambier which stretch from Hamburg to Turkey and the Marquesas perched near Stockholm! Add to this the need to have to go […]

Money and budget Tasmania

Money and budget Tasmania

Money and budget Tasmania Money, banks, exchange - The currency is the Australian dollar, divided into 100 cents.As of February 2020, AU $ 1 = AU $ 0,60, and € 1 = AU $ 1,64. - Change: before departure you can purchase Australian dollars or Australian […]

Entry formalities, visas and useful contacts Australia

Entry formalities, visas and useful contacts Australia

Entry formalities, visas and useful contacts Australia Entry formalities Le passport is necessary to obtain the visa. - The Minors must have their own identity document (passport for Australia). For the authorization to leave the territory when […]

Money and budget Fiji Islands

Money and budget Fiji Islands

Money and budget Fiji Islands Currency, banking, exchange The currency is the fijian dollar, divided into 100 cents. In February 2020: 1 € = 2,40 F $ (FJD) or 10 F $ (FJD) = 4,15 €. There are 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 F $ bills and 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, 1F […]

Climate, seasons and weather Micronesia

Climate, seasons and weather Micronesia

Climate, seasons and weather Micronesia Certainly tropical, Micronesia is renowned for its equal temperatures throughout the year: an average of 27 ° C in air and water, with variations between 21 ° C (at night) and 32 ° C. ° C (daytime). The climate […]

Fiji Islands Identity Card

Fiji Islands Identity Card

Fiji Islands Identity Card - Area: 18 270 km² Population: 909 inhabitants (000 estimate), two thirds of whom are Capital city : Suva, located Languages: l & rsquo Number of î Religions: most Mé Change : Fijian dollar. - The conservative state […]

Practical life on site French Polynesia

Practical life on site French Polynesia

Practical life on site French Polynesia Time difference French Polynesia is 12 hours behind continental Western Europe in summer, and 11 hours in winter. Thus, when it is 13 p.m. in Paris, it is 1 a.m. on the same day in Papeete in August, and 2 a.m. in […]

Practical life on site Tasmania

Practical life on site Tasmania

Practical life on site Tasmania Time difference - GMT + 10h, or 9h more than in France. - From October to March, Tasmania is in summer time: you have to advance your watch by one hour. Electricity - Voltage: 230/240 volts, 50 hertz. Many hotels have 110 […]

Climate, seasons and weather Australia

Climate, seasons and weather Australia

Climate, seasons and weather Australia Australia experiences the same alternation of seasons as we do. But you are in the Southern Hemisphere: the seasons are therefore reversed in relation to the northern hemisphere. Here, we celebrate Christmas in swimsuits! […]

Monoï Here: monoï week in Tahiti

Monoï Here: monoï week in Tahiti

From November 12 to 15, Monoï Here Tahiti is celebrating monoï, a sun oil used on beaches around the world. It's hard to imagine it during our tanning sessions, but monoi, which has survived the centuries, […]

Where to eat, food and drink Tasmania

Where to eat, food and drink Tasmania

Where to eat, food and drink Tasmania On an Australian scale, Tasmania is renowned for its gastronomy. Indeed, we are far from being satisfied with the barbie (barbecue) and beer duo which is all the rage in the continental Outback. Kitchen Tasmanians have […]

Traditions and customs Samoa

Traditions and customs Samoa

Traditions and customs Samoa 'Ava It is known more as kava. A Polynesian legend evokes the appearance of this earth color drink, served to the first man by the Creator himself. Symbol of respect, sociability, communion with others, the 'ava is inseparable […]

Practical life on site Fiji Islands

Practical life on site Fiji Islands

Practical life on site Fiji Islands Time difference Gejanvier. Electricity 240 V, 50 cycles. The plugs are in Zealand. Remember to bring an adapter, you would be hard pressed to find one on site. Opening hours Stores are open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 17 p.m. […]

Culture and Arts New Zealand

Culture and Arts New Zealand

Culture and Arts New Zealand Maori culture - myths common to everyone Polynesians, from which the Maoris come, tell how the demigod Maui would have fished the North Island from the bottom of the oceans and how his petrified canoe would have become the South […]

10 Canoes, 150 spears and 3 wives

10 Canoes, 150 spears and 3 wives

A movie like you've never seen! This is the first production written and performed by Aborigines in their own language. Recommended for backpacker film buffs eager […]

Money and budget New Caledonia

Money and budget New Caledonia

Money and budget New Caledonia Money, banks, exchange - The local currency is pacific franc, also called CFP franc (for "French Pacific Community"), abbreviated XPF. It is divided into 100 cents. The banknotes are in denominations of 10, 000, 5 and 000 FCFP […]

Recommended routes Fiji Islands

Recommended routes Fiji Islands

Recommended routes Fiji Islands Viti Levu Most visitors spend most of their stay (7-10 days) on the large island of Viti Levu, often with one or more days in addition on one or other of the small islands of the Mamanucas archipelagos and / or Yasawas. Any […]

Micronesia money and budget

Micronesia money and budget

Micronesia money and budget Currency, banking, exchange - The currency is the American dollar, divided into 100 cents. Banknotes of 1 to 100 US $ and coins of 1c (penny), 5c (nickel), 10c (dime) and 25c (quarter). The old type banknotes continue to be legally […]

Micronesia Traditions and Customs

Micronesia Traditions and Customs

Micronesia Traditions and Customs Know-how and customs The different Micronesian societies have in common a marked conservative trend. The influence of the church (in particular in Kosrae) there disputes that of the ancestral traditions (in particular in […]

Money and budget Australia

Money and budget Australia

Money and budget Australia Money, banks, exchange Australian currency The currency is the Australian dollar, divided into 100 cents. As of February 2020, AU $ 1 = AU $ 0,60, and € 1 = AU $ 1,64. - Coins : there are 5 cents (5 c), 10 cents (10 c), 20 […]

Health and Safety Samoa

Health and Safety Samoa

Health and Safety Samoa Sanitary conditions If no vaccination is mandatory, it is recommended to be up to date with its DCTP, MMR, and possibly, depending on travel conditions, hepatitis A and B, typhoid, meningitis and rabies. - mosquitoes are quite present […]

Culture and arts New Caledonia

Culture and arts New Caledonia

Culture and arts New Caledonia Population - Melanesians (or Kanaks) make up more than 40% of the population of the archipelago, followed by Caledonians (European settlers or Caldoches), descendants of Europeans (mainly French) who represent around 30% of […]

Activities, sports and recreation Micronesia

Activities, sports and recreation Micronesia

Activities, sports and recreation Micronesia The Microné30 against Tahiti, 0-38 against Fiji and 0-46 against Vanuatu…! Diving With nearly 3 million km² of ocean, diving is of course in the spotlight. Some 250 species of reef fish, 172 of corals hard […]

Recommended routes Tasmania

Recommended routes Tasmania

Recommended routes Tasmania Ideally, it takes a month to fully tour Tasmania, visit each point of interest and take breaks at its favorite spots. If you have less time ahead of you, it is better to land on the east side of the island, and expand the program […]

Sydney festival

Sydney festival

Every year in January, a festive air floats above Sydney when the great australian cultural festival. Become synonymous with the energy and cosmopolitan style that […]

Transport and travel French Polynesia

Transport and travel French Polynesia

Transport and travel French Polynesia Inter-island transport Plane The plane is the fastest means of transport and therefore the most used in French Polynesia. The archipelago is very well served by air: Air Tahiti planes only connect some forty islands […]

Money and budget Samoa

Money and budget Samoa

Money and budget Samoa Currency and exchange - The currency is the tālā (ST $ or WS $ or WST), divided into 100 sene, a local way of pronouncing "dollar" and "cent". In February 2020: € 1 = ST $ 3 and ST $ 1 = € 0,33. There are 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 […]

Micronesia Food, Food and Drink

Micronesia Food, Food and Drink

Micronesia Food, Food and Drink Kitchen Although they live in the middle of the ocean, Micronesians end up eating relatively little fresh fish. They seem to prefer the corned beef, introduced by the Americans at the end of WWII, fried chicken (of poor quality), […]

Money and budget New Zealand

Money and budget New Zealand

Money and budget New Zealand Money, banks, exchange - The currency is the New Zealand dollar. The banknotes, polymer (plasticized) as in Australia, exist in denominations of 100, 50, 20, 10 and 5 NZ $. There are 5 different coins: 10, 20 and 50 c, 1 and […]

Traditions and customs Fiji Islands

Traditions and customs Fiji Islands

Traditions and customs Fiji Islands Masi The Polynesians call it tapa. The masi is a fabric made from tree bark pounded for a long time until softened to obtain a paste. Still worn today on ceremonial occasions, the masi is also and above all now manufactured […]

New Zealand, in the footsteps of the Hobbit

New Zealand, in the footsteps of the Hobbit

Middle-earth, c & rsquoZélande. Here is our little guide to follow in the footsteps of The Hobbit ... […]

Useful information and practical life on site New Zealand

Useful information and practical life on site New Zealand

Useful information and practical life on site New Zealand Time difference New Zealand is ahead from 11 a.m. at the end of March / beginning of April and in October, 10 a.m. from April to September or 12 p.m. from November to March in France. The country […]

Recommended itineraries Samoa

Recommended itineraries Samoa

Recommended itineraries Samoa Samoa, like many Polynesian territories, are above all places to live rather than visit. We come to confront the postcards (clichés!) Of the South Seas that we have in mind - and that we find in part, without failing to be […]

Culture Australia

Culture Australia

Culture Australia Aborigines L & rsquocontinent, taking advantage of the Ice Age to cross the oceans from Asia. Arrived from the north, they dispersed throughout the territory, laying the foundations ofa multitude of communities. It would be abusive […]

New Zealand Identity Card

New Zealand Identity Card

New Zealand Identity Card - Area: 268 680 km² Population: 4 inhabitants (926 estimate).- Capital city : Wellington, on the Density Main towns : the population is urbanized Ré Head of l & rsquo Governor General Prime Minister : Jacinda Ardern, since […]

Recommended routes New Zealand

Recommended routes New Zealand

Recommended routes New Zealand Travel time The distances between the îZé especially as one crosses the country by small roads. A good option is to start in the north before leaving by plane from the south, either by resuming a domestic flight and then […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Tasmania

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Tasmania

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Tasmania Tasmania offers accommodation to suit all tastes and budgets, from homestays to luxury hotels, camping sites and bed and breakfasts. During the high season (school holidays in Tasmania, but also those in […]

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Micronesia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Micronesia

Where to sleep, hotels and accommodation Micronesia For an idea of ​​average prices, see the budget in Micronesia. Camping and bungalows There is no official campsite in Micronesia. That said, it is possible to ask landowners if it is possible to settle […]

Polynesia: the Leeward Islands in backpacker mode

Polynesia: the Leeward Islands in backpacker mode

“For two years in Polynesia, I slept badly with joy (…) I had awakenings to cry from drunkenness from the rising day. »Victor Segalen, letter to Henri Manceron, […]

Culture and Arts Tasmania

Culture and Arts Tasmania

Culture and Arts Tasmania Arts and literature Tasmania is a small state with a recent history, but she likes to showcase it. We cannot speak of a specifically Tasmanian artistic tradition. However, the soft light, the exceptional landscapes of the island, […]

Climate, seasons and weather French Polynesia

Climate, seasons and weather French Polynesia

Climate, seasons and weather French Polynesia There are two main seasons. Southern summer From November to April, it is the wet season. The showers are regular and strong, the humidity is therefore maximum. It rains particularly in December and January.Average […]

French Polynesia identity card

French Polynesia identity card

French Polynesia identity card - Location: collectivity mer franc Area: àle-Vent, the Tuamotu-Gambier, the Marquesas and the Austral Islands. The maritime territory is as vast as l & rsquo Population: 283 (000 estimate), of which nearly Capital city […]

Activities, sports and recreation Australia

Activities, sports and recreation Australia

Activities, sports and recreation Australia The practice of sport is anchored in surfing. And when they don't go to the stadium to cheer on their favorite team, they end up in bars or pubs to watch the competitions on TV. Australian football (footy) More […]

Traditions and customs French Polynesia

Traditions and customs French Polynesia

Traditions and customs French Polynesia A society steeped in taboos Over time, each Polynesian group has developed its own social rules, its own forms of art and thought. But a unity shines through: everything in the Polynesian world is imbued with […]

Traditions and customs Tasmania

Traditions and customs Tasmania

Traditions and customs Tasmania Aborigines and convicts The first inhabitants of Tasmania were the Aborigines, who occupied the place already 40 years ago. Following the rising waters caused by the melting ice, their land became an island, and they were […]

Health and Safety Fiji Islands

Health and Safety Fiji Islands

Health and Safety Fiji Islands Sanitary conditions Le humid tropical climate causes some inconvenience to Fiji, in particular linked to the presence of dengue (increasing in the western, northern and central areas of the country), chikungunya and Zika virus. […]

Money and budget French Polynesia

Money and budget French Polynesia

Money and budget French Polynesia Money, banks, exchange Currency - The local currency is pacific franc (CFP franc for "French Pacific Community", also abbreviated XPF). It is divided into 100 cents. Banknotes are in denominations of 10, 000, 5 and 000 CFP […]

Transport and travel Micronesia

Transport and travel Micronesia

Transport and travel Micronesia Plane Prêcoréun threatened to destroy it with his atomic bombs ... Honolulu is served by all major companies amé20h via Séretour.Other options: go through Hong Kong, Manila in the Philippines, through Japan (with ANA) […]

New Zealand Activities, Sports and Recreation

New Zealand Activities, Sports and Recreation

New Zealand Activities, Sports and Recreation More sporty than ZéZélande (in Queenstown, on the South Island) that bungee jumping was invented. La randonnée is in the spotlight on both islands, with in particular a choice of 10 "great walks", the most […]

Geography and landscapes French Polynesia

Geography and landscapes French Polynesia

Geography and landscapes French Polynesia Scattered over a maritime territory as extensive as Western Europe, the 118 islands of French Polynesia (from the Greek polus and nesos, “many islands”) are grouped into 5 archipelagos. Society Islands The Île-Vent […]

Transport and travel Samoa

Transport and travel Samoa

Transport and travel Samoa Plane The aerial landscape is in turmoil in Samoa. The essential Virgin Samoa, a joint venture company created in partnership between Virgin Australia and the Samoan government in 2006, was dissolved in the fall of 2017 and a new […]

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