Auga Seaside Resort

Address: PO Box 3272, Asau, Savai'i, Samoa Western | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 3272, Asau, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Asau

    A change of Samoan Island

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 22, 2015

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    ... us little to no exploring time that evening before sunset. The boat ride itself was a fairly dull affair which comprised 2 hours of sitting in front of a big screen that played a very confusing/bizarre movie ('Speed Racer') with far too many big name actors to justify it being as rubbish as it appeared. Admittedly, it was tough to work out exactly how rubbish it was given that we only appeared to be granted access to around 30% of the audio, such was the interference. ...

    Serene Savai'i

    A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Nov 08, 2014

    32 photos

    Day 986 We got up today and headed into town with Dave. I was at the car rental before it even opened, I wasn't taking any chances. My wallet was there. I met Jenn back at Dave's shop and we walked over to the bus stop. Today's plan was to head over to the other island Savai'i. The public buses here are privately owned and quite unique. They are made from old trucks. The backs are cut off and a wood bus is built on the chasse, so all the buses have a crazy high road ...

    Short Back and Sides

    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 10, 2014

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    ... attempts to lure a stray dog into the girls' fale failed we drove to the ferry home, compounding Naomi's misery by filling in her blanks as we recounted tales from last night. The ferry crossing was not the optimum experience when hungover, but the group sucked it up and it was a chunder-free trip. We arrived back to welcoming arms and the veritable feast of ...


    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 08, 2014

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    ... and Maurice departed early to go diving, and wouldn't return until late at night. The rest of the gang, now whittled down to 8, first trundled to the Peapea cave. Another ex-lava tube, this cave unfortunately paled in comparison to the Dwarf's Cave. There were, however, some swiftlets that had made the cave their home and fluttered about noisily, scaring the bejesus out of the girls in the process. From there began ...


    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 07, 2014

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    Day 24. Our journey to the other island started at 4:30am, as we were determined to catch the 6am ferry and have a whole day's exploring ahead. Unfortunately, upon arriving at the ferry terminal we were informed that the 6am was full and we'd have to wait for the 8am ferry. So much for the early start! Eventually the ferry arrived; we left our newfound stray friends on dry land and started the journey to Savai'i, which holds the title of third biggest active volcano ...