Insel Fehmarn Hotel
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... seen enough of Apia by then. Fortunately we were able to cool off in a café with airco and a rather large plate of toasted club sandwiches before we started up the cross island road towards Mt Vaea.
Everything is green and very lush. Machette are the common tool. Clearing garden growth and roadsides is done by hand and you do not see farm machinery. Kids seem to be everywhere and school outfits very smart. Plenty of friendly ...
... ends and when there's a wicket cue singing and dancing. It was great fun! Back at the hotel we crashed out and stayed indoors as the expected shower lasted longer than we thought. We ate in Paddles, an upmarket restaurant with excellent food. A cruise ship had docked earlier that day and the place was teaming with Aussies of a certain age - and a few youngsters. On the way back we were accosted by a couple of prostitutes, very keen on doing business. That doesn't happen in ...
We arrived in Pago Pago, pronounced with a silent (and unwritten) 'ng', in American Samoa after five sea days on The Rhapsody of the Seas. As we got off the boat someone asked where town was, to be told, you are in it! So we walked out of the dockside and had a look around town. This consisted of a few shops and lots of churches.
As there was not much to see in town we headed around the headland to see the 'Flower Pot' a large rocky outcrop with trees ...
... 3 months the year before and said he didn't see the left break as good as I had it for the whole time that he was there. Very lucky.
Overall, Samoa was amazing. I met some great people, got some of the best waves I've had in a long time and got to experience a very unique culture. Samoans are some of the most family oriented people I have ever met and it was a great experience to get to see how they live ...
... village has its own set of churches and they were constructed on a grand scale.
After the museum, we went to a series of slippery rocks with waterfalls that cascaded into pools. We spent an hour there sliding into the pools of clear fresh water then Solo, our driver and guide, met us and into the mountains we went to an overlook of a spectacular waterfall, Papapai-tai. We had a traditional Samoan lunch of bread fruit, taro, ...
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We arrived about 2am in the morning the day before we were expected due to the dime difference. the room was damp and mouldy and the sheets were not clean. the Air Conditioning was very noisy. Staff very friendly but Hotel below standard . Not recommended.
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