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... and to give us energy of course) we decided on another room service breakfast.
I’d had trouble finding things to do here so decided to take a ship’s tour – Pangaimotu Island Kayak Adventure. We’ve always hated ship’s tours because they are without exception overpriced. Then there’s the bus full of people who just want to shop and aren’t at all interested in where ...
... at the back of the ship. Us headliner boys were life guards and we just threw buckets of water over the officers whilst they're trying to play the game. They was also lots of gunge involved, straight after we had to do our Killer Queen show and getting all messy, quick sunbathe in the equatorial heat and a shower, we were ready to go ...
Hi my name is Fololini Latu 'I Neiafu Totau. I am from the Island of Tonga in the South Pacific. I came from a small family compare to the polynesian family. I have a sister and 2 brothers plus my Mom and Dad, so my family consist of 6 people. I am the 2 to the oldest. I am a Return Missionary, I labored in the California Roseville Mission for 18 months. I had great experiences while I was in the vine yard of our Lord. I miss my people in the California Roseville Mission.
... up and take another shower. That would make everything right. After that, I didn't feel so hot, I opened the door and the mosquito games came to an end. But then, the El Cielito Lindo singers mariachi band started up their choir practice. These were an all male a capella chorus that started every 30 minutes and lasted 5 minutes. Apparently they were celebrating the end of the Sabbath by indulging in an all night kava drinking ceremony. To make ...
... a number of small uninhabited islands outside of the coral reef that provide additional protection in case of a cyclone or a tsunami.
Solomona's wifes name is Tea, and I learned that Solomona had lived in the Bay area of Northern California for a number of years before moving back to Tonga about 10 years ago. His father is a Pastor for the Wesleyan church and lives in Utah with other members of the family. Tea's father used to ...
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