Apia Harbourside Lodgings

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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We've made it to paradise!

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 26, 2014

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... both sides - that's something I've never seen before. We got the old typical sob story from the driver, now maybe it's just me being pedantic but I do find when you come to these type countries people can't wait to tell you about their dying grandma who needs a leg amputated or child that needs a new book for school. Our driver and his wife both work at the resort and work ever so hard to provide for their family - how many children do you have? I ask... Just one baby ...

Would You Like Red Wine With Your Vinegar?

A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Jul 24, 2014

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... of coral and a school or two of fish, it wasn't the vivacious spectacle we were expecting. With time still to kill before dinner, the only sensible option was 90-minute foot massages for the three of us. At a mere $55 (£14.50), it'll definitely be something revisited in the not too distant future. Verging on the excruciatingly painful at points, next time I'll definitely be opting for the 'medium', as the 'strong' seemed to ...

Hospital Time

A travel blog entry by barnicko on Jul 21, 2014

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Feeling well rested after a good nights sleep, and it's only 7am (woken up by roosters!!). Not in until 10 so have a good amount of time to relax. Plus, I can actually walk on my heels today since the blisters have subsided! Arrived on time at the electives office, where we received a presentation on the hospital, Samoa and it's culture. Things here are even more remote and different than I had expected. For instance, every village has a ...

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

A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson on May 19, 2014

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... 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 ...

Younger than Springtime...

A travel blog entry by neilywheelie on Feb 15, 2014

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... there, a small boy appeared with a plastic canister to fill. In the bathing side of the pool, there were fish swimming. I'm not sure I would want to bathe in there or drink from the other side come to that. Onwards we were taken to Piula Cave pool, hidden beneath the campus of the Piula Methodist Theological college. There are two pools separated by a rather scary dark tunnel, but it is possible to swim between the two. The pools are not completely natural as they had been cemented ...

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