The sum­mer

Eter­nal it may be Win­ter in the south­ern hemi­sphere but in Van­u­atu, it is the eter­nal sum­mer!

Island Life - - Out To Lunch -

This is your chance to look your best and re­vamp your wardrobe be­fore sum­mer ar­rives in cap­i­tal cities dow­nun­der. With so many shop­ping op­tions, from lux­ury watches and pearls at Ely­sium and Prouds to the latest fash­ion at Etam and Bil­l­abong, look­ing good is sim­ple. Don’t for­get the arty and fan­tas­tic at places such as Diana Tam’s gallery and Pan­danus, grab some fan­tas­tic lo­cal prod­ucts from Or­ganic Par­adise, get your Very-van­u­atu t-shirts for the whole fam­ily at the Tee-shop and check all the latest cam­eras, TVS, sound sys­tems and as­sorted gad­gets at su­per-well stocked, Sound Cen­ter – and re­mem­ber, duty free choices, ex­tra bonus!

white lacy shorts 4,400vt. black top 2,900vt. de­sha­bille

6,800vt. Etam, Port Vila

main street.

flower shorts


3,900vt. Etam, Port Vila

main street.

pink top

pas­tiche Jew­ellery

Karen walker bags.

Duty free AU$260.

Lo­cated in Port Vila, Club Hip­pique is of­fer­ing 25% off all their half-day Erakor Beach rides when booked di­rect. With over 60 horses to choose from and 500 acres of hills, rain­forests, white sandy beaches and highly ex­pe­ri­enced in­struc­tors and guides, whether you are a novice or an ex­pe­ri­enced rider look­ing for a chal­lenge, they can find the ride just for you. Per­fect for chil­dren and fam­i­lies to en­joy to­gether, this is an ac­tiv­ity that the ‘pikini­nis’ will re­mem­ber fondly for a long time. The Erakor Beach half-day ride takes you through amaz­ing rain­for­est to ar­rive at the stun­ning white sand of Erakor beach. Other rides avail­able in­clude the Rain­for­est Ride, Wa­ter­fall Trails, Sunset rides and the Banyan Tree House Tour. With al­ready great rates and a fan­tas­tic of­fer of 25% dis­count, make sure you don’t miss this op­por­tu­nity and en­joy the best of Van­u­atu’s pris­tine land­scape. Trans­fers in­cluded. Rides must be booked di­rectly with Club Hip­pique to ben­e­fit from this of­fer.

ph: 23347, mob: 5566947. email: chap@van­u­­hip­pique­van­u­

Have fun rid­ing the jet skis or de­fy­ing the laws of grav­ity at the only place in Van­u­atu that in­vites you to dis­cover the latest sport: the Fly­board! En­joy rid­ing your own jet ski in the crys­tal-clear wa­ters around Port Vila Bay, or experiment with new sen­sa­tions, fly­ing like a su­per­hero and swimming like a dol­phin. The Fly­board new ex­treme sport al­lows you to as­cend up to nine me­tres above the wa­ter and to swim like a dol­phin. It com­bines the fea­tures of a va­ri­ety of pop­u­lar sports such as jet-skiing, wa­ter skiing, wake­board­ing, skiing and snow­board­ing. While many of these ac­tiv­i­ties can take con­sid­er­able time to learn, the Fly­board is very in­tu­itive and re­quires no spe­cial phys­i­cal con­di­tion or skills. It usu­ally takes ten min­utes to learn to bal­ance and fly freely; ev­ery­one can do it! Have a go at it, you know you want to! Lo­cated next to Au Fare Res­tau­rant, two min­utes from down­town Port Vila. Fly­board­lafly­ ph: 7778007. On the Pango Penin­sula, right on the beach, lovely Coco Beach Re­sort is the place to go and spend a great day in the wa­ter in lovely sur­round­ings. With calm wa­ters and great snor­kel­ing, day guests com­ing for lunch or din­ner can en­joy free use of all wa­ter sport equip­ment in­clud­ing kayaks, SUPS, and snor­kel­ing gear. Go for an ocean ad­ven­ture on the bay, re­lax on one of the sun lounges on the beach and work up an ap­petite for a fab­u­lous meal. Lo­cated in a beau­ti­ful set­ting, the res­tau­rant sits on the wa­ter’s edge, un­der a huge ar­chi­tec­tural natan­gora roof and fringed by the white sand beach. With ev­ery two-course meal, Coco Beach is of­fer­ing a com­pli­men­tary dessert or en­trée. Come for a day in the wa­ter and en­joy great food and beau­ti­ful sur­round­ings! And if you don’t want to leave, overnight spe­cials are avail­able at su­per-last-minute rates. call 7777111 or 7722200 to en­quire.

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