Lagoon Lodge

Address: 'Umusi, Nuku'alofa, Tongatapu, Tonga | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 'Umusi, Nuku'alofa, is near Ha'atafu Beach, Tuvalu Philatelic Bureau, Ambo Island, and Funafuti Marine Conservation Area.
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    Travel Blogs from Nuku'alofa

    A Ride Around Tonga

    A travel blog entry by al-karen on Oct 27, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... fruit bats in the trees. At first, Karen thought they were black pine cones. Our driver/guide, Rick, in our van was very informative and spoke of the Tongan customs and way of life. After our travels through the island, we went to the home of Toni, whose wife had prepared a beautiful meal for all of us. The other van in our group said they weren't interested in eating and decided not to stay. It was unfortunate since his wife had gone to the trouble ...

    By 7 pm, My Feet Were Complaining

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 23, 2015

    83 photos

    ... I ended up at the turnoff for the blowholes - maybe a mile past where I should have turned. I walked back - got to see the fruit bats roosting in several trees again. So that was a plus. I asked some boys sitting on a bench about how to get to the beach and they told me the road next to the building would take me there. I followed it quite a ways. Up hill and down. And up again. I got to a T intersection with one way going into a ...

    Blow Holes Missed, Fruit Bats Found

    A travel blog entry by dmarek on Mar 22, 2015

    104 photos

    ... so I had to put it back in my daypack so I wouldn't ruin it and so I could pass the church or funeral goers without feeling too self-conscious. I picked up a palm branch to wield against problematic dogs I might encounter - because there had been a fierce bunch on my way out. Luckily no mad dogs encountered. The walk back went fairly quickly on the main road. It had cooled off quite a bit. The side road to the resort seemed long. I went directly ...

    Tongan tourism, Harold Bishop and Fire Dancing

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 14, 2015

    28 photos

    ... shrieked and implored me to get out the way as a huge wave crashed into the reef before exploding high above my head. It was only at the last second, as I realised that Helen's yelps were of genuine substance this time, that I became aware that this was a freakishly large wave. I attempted to clamber back to safety, only to be consumed by a saline power shower from above that, thankfully, caused my only a great soaking and was not of sufficient strength to make a 'Bishop' out of ...

    Walking in the land of Giants!

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 14, 2015

    13 photos

    ... comments about the locals to the cost of the internet and its overuse by tourists in his facilities. Even Helen, patiently amused by the most inhospitable of individuals on any given occasion, had had enough of him before we arrived and so we both rechristened him "Mad ******* Tony" for his ranting, in an effort to remain amused rather than frustrated by having ended up with him for company. Our relationship with our host depreciated further as we witnessed his ...