Airport Lodge Samoa

just before Lalovi Village, Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | Hotel

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Day 2 20/5 Mon – Tusitala (Story teller)

A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson


... Samoa early 1900's.)

Our guide did ask our names, to which I replied "Stevenson", expecting his jaw to drop but it made no difference to the $20 entry fee - still we each got a hug and a song ' Home from the Sea”

A statue informed us of the King’s fondness for a daily serving of human heart and other delicacies to start his day and how when his own son ...

It always rains on Sunday

A travel blog entry by guyfairbank


... were several angel fish; small, electric blue ones; tiger-like varieties and amazing looking fish with bright yellow horizontal stripes. The coral was pretty good too, especially the blue tinged, tree-like coral. We spent two hours in the water, totally absorbed by our surroundings and oblivious of the time. We spent the rest of the day crashing out and dined at the nearby hotel. The waiter was so softly spoken I had to ask him to repeat ...

Taking it Easy in Samoa

A travel blog entry by dlake


... afternoon. Kate has published her first blog entry the URL is below. If you want to follow her blog you can subscribe to it. It is difficult for me to add to the contacts with only one rather slow Internet connection. Liv's blog should be up and running tomorrow. Kate's Blog ...

Samoan gang members

A travel blog entry by luv2srff


... 5 days and was fairly small. I toured around the island a little bit during the downtime, but there isn't nearly as much to see on Savaii as on the main island of Samoa. One really cool thing that I got to see was this waterfall that was about an hours walk from the camp. It was probably the coolest waterfall I have ever seen. It wasn't that big, probably around 50 ft but it just looked like it was out of a ...

An Unexpected Treat

A travel blog entry by gatogo


... another village would be ready to step-up to the stage and begin. While French Polynesia is known for tamure, with the hips and wiggling, Samoa is known for slap dancing and fire dancing. The women are very graceful and slow in their movements; telling stories with their hands, while the guys are the athletic ones with synchronized movements; clapping, and rhythmic body slapping (best to see the video …) and the sword fire dance.

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This hotel, located on just before Lalovi Village, Apia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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