Jet Over Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJet Over Hotel Salelologa
This hotel has been primarily used by local businssmen but is turning self into a resort. There are three types of room. the top range has hot water heated by solar power. The standard room has only cold water, but in this climate this is hardly a hardship. In the well tended garden are fales with just a double bed. You have to go through the garden for the shower and toilet. The staff are fantastically friendly and attentive and the swimming pool is basic but very functional. Kyak hire at 10 talle per day (£3) is great.
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... painfully obvious that the dancers themselves had had enough of Craig and refused to humour him any longer. We were convinced that they cut the show conveniently short just to get away from him. Despite all this, we did find Craig to be a warm if incredibly misguided old fellow! Our final full day of tourism on our trip and we decided it would be a fun idea to try and catch some rugby. Since it was a Saturday and we had been informed that a 7s tournament was taking place that ...
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... of 'open' or 'closed' (better) Fales, Helen insisted we take the 'open' ones as these were directly on the beach, much to my overlooked chagrin. Once settled in, and duly napped, I headed into the rough ocean waters and attempted (in vain) to take a decent photo of Helen in the Fale with some ocean water in view, while simultaneously making sure I didn't lose the camera to the increasingly hostile waves. It was then to the bar to sample our first (and our last!) local ...
... part of the island and then we headed east and south. There's one road leading to this so we couldn't get lost and we didn't. The next thing on our agenda was the To Sua Ocean Trench. We accidentally took a little wrong turn too soon and ended up on this beautiful private beach - we wish we could have stayed but we wanted to witness the trench. When we did find it we were not disappointed. We paid $20 each for entry and it was worth every bit. It was set in this beautiful garden with ...
... we returned triumphant heroes as it set. We brought back the bigger of the Mahi-Mahi and tuna, as well as the Wahoo. Our hosts were so thrilled with our gift that the five of us were rewarded with free dinner for the rest of the week! Despite our exhaustion from the long day at sea, we quick-changed and hopped in taxis to Sails for dinner and live jazz. Both were, unfortunately, disappointing. Lounge music was my description of the music, while the food, which had been top ...