The Deep Resort
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- Airport Transportation
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- Free airport shuttle
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... where there was a lady making tapa cloth, very interesting and ukuleles playing in the background. We passed through villages that had a variety of houses, some had pigs and poultry in the gardens and had colourful plants There were lots of market stalls selling fresh produce, cemeteries, schools and lots of open tropical land. On the coast there were beautiful beaches with large shady trees and people with nets fishing and at one spot there were ...
... the landscape was with a typical tropical appearance, lots of palm trees, banana plants and hibiscus. Tonga is 2000 miles NE of Sydney and 400 miles east of Figi. It is 17 miles long by 9 miles wide with many smaller islands offshore, which we could see coming in. The Harbor is protected by reefs and the Royal Palace sits along the harbor front. The main industries are agriculture and tourism. A cruise ship only comes in about once a month and ...
Captain Cook named these Tonga Islands " The Friendly Islands"...and this seems to hold today. Walk about Saturday night and Sunday was met with happy,polite and such friendly people. Besides the Internet cafe - there were 2 bars packed with local young people all having a good time Saturday night. Sunday - families in traditional dress as they attended church - with the King ...
After spending two nights at, the not quite as promising as we first hoped, guesthouse in town, we decided to change accommodation with a view to witnessing one of the first sunrises in the world the following morning. When we spoke to the increasingly dubious owner of our establishment about this, he seemed a little too keen for us to stay. His insistence on calling the owner of Oholei and enquiring about room availability for the night, was ostensibly a gesture designed to save us ...
... the internet has allowed Japan to export second hand cars at more affordable rates and so we found ourselves renting such a car - though given the petite nature of the vehicle, one had to imagine that the locals were not its target market! And so we set off to see the sights with our first stop being a visit to the furthest point at the North East tip of the island where we hoped to find an appropriate point to be some of the first people in the world to watch the sunrise in ...