Maninoa Surf Fales

Siumu, Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Siumu, Apia.
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Travel Blogs from Apia

Chilling by the pool + fitness X

A travel blog entry by barnicko on Aug 04, 2014

... exercise again, although by the end it was incredibly hot!! A well deserved meal awaited us on return, at least three sirloin steaks each, spaghetti carbonara, bolognese, grilled fish and egg fried rice, plus ice cream for pudding. Goes down in the history books for one of the best meals you could wish ...

The day in Apia

A travel blog entry by andrewdavies on Apr 27, 2014

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... as it would back at Golden Grove Maccas, but I have pleasure in stating that I first experienced this taste sensation in Apia, Samoa. The origins and history of Apia are varied and colourful, having been under Kiwi control for some time, but now independent. Apia is a word from the Samoan dialect, and roughly translated into English, means "those that wander aimlessly, hot and bothered, looking for WiFi". We got back to the ship via a US$5 pp ...

A little local knowledge

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 13, 2014

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... Then the fun started. One Samoan, sporting tattoos, banana leaves around his shins and war paint on his face, showed us how they made fire - surprisingly easy. We loved how he spun the lit torch around - all rather hair raising. Oh, and then two of his colleagues climbed up palm trees. It didn't stop there: there was a demonstration of fabric making and dyeing, using the inner bark of the mulberry that's stretched and stretched and pulled ...

Arriving in Apia, Samoa

A travel blog entry by mithrandir on Jul 13, 2013

1 comment, 44 photos

... of business hours on Monday officials dropped in to give us clearance until we were finally free to go where ever we pleased and no longer had to sneak by the security guard. I had subdued him with a NZ Boating magazine all weekend so he didn’t give me much trouble.
It was very hot in the marina and after a few days we asked Solomon, the harbormaster for permission to anchor out in the harbor. Interesting that you need permission to do that but we ...

Western Samoa

A travel blog entry by luv2srff on Feb 22, 2013

4 comments, 35 photos

... lot of English and my highschool Spanish is shockingly minimal. I now wish I did more studying instead of sleeping in Spanish class. Jean Paul was pretty much fluent in Spanish so he was a good translator. I'd say I was in the loop as to what they were talking about at least 30% of the time. Not bad.
The main island of Samoa is Upolo and we spent two days traveling around checking out all the sights. There was a lot see. The first place we ...