Airport Lodge Samoa
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- Free parking
- Airport Transportation
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Travel Blogs from Apia
... Apia looks as you have always imagined a South Sea town should look. Substantial buildings and shops line the main road along the seafront. As with most Pacific Island capitals, Apia is a little shabby and run down, small in size and with few obvious attractions. The traditional center is the town clock, a World War I memorial and traffic circle which we drove around. The final resting place of writer Robert Louis Stevenson, Apia still houses his former ...
... lake Lanoto'o and find they've constructed a landing out onto the lake, that was my idea, you're welcome).
I'd began the trail to Lake Lanoto'o alone but I was returning to my vehicle in a Samoan Environmental Convoy Conga Line... It was like being escorted from the trail... In a good way.
The weather remained tropically rainy, so I spent the remainder of the day driving around, taking pictures and being a tourist. With my legs still ...
... Samoa. Both for agricultural cocoa development. I mapped out hundreds of acres over two areas of land. Both located on the main island Upolu. The first was up and alongside a river line, flowing up into Faleaselela beautiful plantation, and the other in a small remote village called Samamea. Time for a hike. I learnt how to catch shrimp in the fast flowing crevasses of the rocks. Take a short sling and prongs with you, strike fast there super agile! One of the main tourist ...
... managed to climb up the mountain to their plantation with a scout group that came to kayak and they slept between the taro plants. The whole resort was destroyed, part of this beach removed, and over 200 people, including a 100 school children were killed by the tsunami (not just this little island but the bigger island or all of Samoa I am not sure). The tsunami was preceded by an earthquake which the woman would have ignored had she not ...
... 2.30 FD per liter which works out to about $6 US/gallon. I got to the airport around 11:30 am, checked-in with no problem, sat in the eating area eating my trail mix and drinking my water. I couldn't finish all the water before I had to go through security though. I bought a chocolate bar and another little bottle of gin in the duty-free shop but have no tonic water alas.
The man next to me in the plane was a big guy and took up a lot of space ...