Apia Harbourside Lodgings

Address: P.O.Box 498,Apia,Samoa, Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O.Box 498,Apia,Samoa, Apia.
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A stretch of sea days

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Oct 16, 2015

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... were chained and brought before King Neptune (actually the captain) and required to 'kiss the fish'. They were then covered in slime and cast into the pool. Lots of fun and in the end all of we passengers were given certificates to prove we too were 'shellbacks'.

We did earn our 3rd Trivia title (and the corresponding pins). Yay, us!!



A travel blog entry by andrewbabbage on Jul 31, 2015

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... him down to 15 tala and gave him that to shut him up. I wasn’t that keen on being eaten on this lonely island. Then he wanted another ten. Na bo not keen I shook my head. Angry faced he grunted, got in his canoe, and drifted back out into the night. Over the next few hours I was confronted by half a dozen curious locals. What was a white man on an uninhabited island doing with one of their canoes, shooting with some glass and flashing lights up into the sky at 1 am in ...

Eastern Upolo, Saletoga Sands, To Sua Trench

A travel blog entry by gbaillie on Jun 24, 2015

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... village has two large sink holes in it that were created when lava flowed downhill from a volcano to the sea. As the lava travels the outside layer forms a crust while the inside continues to flow creating a tunnel. In areas where the crust is very shallow it has fallen in creating the swimming holes. Sea water only reaches the most inland hole at high tide but the hole closest to the coast is a deep ...

My Move to a Beach Fale

A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 27, 2015

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... was grateful I am pretty sure. I was a bit disappointed because I had really wanted to see the famous inscription.

We then went from Apia city center to the Stevenson house & museum - which I had not realized was up on the mountain quite a ways up. Tau told me that Stevenson had willed his estate to the Samoan king. After the king's death, the Mormons took over maintaining it until now when it has gone back to the public I think. It ...

Pango Pango

A travel blog entry by bethb14 on Feb 20, 2015

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... the seats, sort of like on our tour to Hana! It was at least 85 degrees and the bus didn't go very fast so it wasn't a very comfortable ride! The island is only 18 miles long and 6 miles across at its widest point. Our tour took us basically down the middle of the island. The island is very hilly with lots of tropical vegetation and of course borders the ocean. We docked right in town. The town isn't big and the island only has one McDonald's, one Burger King, and ...

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