Sadie Thompson Inn

Address: Sadie Thompson Building, Pago Pago, Tutuila, 96799, Samoa | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sadie Thompson Building, Pago Pago, is near Mount Alava, Jean P. Haydon Museum, Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, and Matafao Peak.
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        Travel Blogs from Pago Pago

        Kiss the Fish

        A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 09, 2015


        ... his executive staff gives either a thumbs up or thumbs down to determine their fate.

        It’s Monday, October 05th or Day 13 since we left Vancouver. It’s 30 degrees Celsius in 90% humidity, so it’s just a little uncomfortable. We’ve covered a total of 4,095 nautical miles or 4,712 miles or 7,584 kilometers since we left Vancouver. Our second formal night tonight which then now refer to it as ...

        Charlie The Tuna - World Headquarters

        A travel blog entry by forsterb on Oct 07, 2015

        1 comment

        ... A statue of Starkist’s tuna mascot Charlie the Tuna is at the company’s cannery located in Atu'u, Pago Pago, American Samoa. Everybody here speaks excellent English, no accent whatsoever – it’s like we were in New York – but they speak a language of their own when speaking to each other. We ended up taking a long walk on the harbour road, going as far as the Starkist Canning plant to the north. Given that we had ...

        Pago Pago

        A travel blog entry by ijulie on Aug 27, 2015

        1 comment, 6 photos

        ... the coastline and every village had a very big church. When we got to the other end we stayed on the bus expecting it to simply turn around and return but they made us get off and wait for the next bus. Luckily it wasn't too long and off we set again. Only $2 for the outward trip, $5 for the return journey. God bless America! When we got back to the port we walked into town and had a look around. Another market was open on the ...

        Pago Pago

        A travel blog entry by cmoffatt on Aug 26, 2015

        4 photos

        ... natives so as not to be eaten and they guard the entrance to Pago Pago Bay . It is called the flower pot as it resembles a blossoming flower pot. As we drove along the beach front the you could see the devastation left behind by the tsunami two years ago. Some places have been repaired and some people have just walked away and all that is left are the graves of their relatives, as most houses ...


        A travel blog entry by suejshaw on Feb 14, 2015

        1 photo

        ... which included a visit to Robert Louis Stevenson's house - which Brian found fascinating because he is reading his book Catriona at the moment. On the whole both Samoan islands were delightful and the people here couldn't be more friendly. Fiji (our next port of call) has a lot to live up ...