Le Alaimoana Hotel
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... Guy and I decided it might be nice to walk up the mountain and see where Stevenson was buried, along with his wife, whose remains were brought back to the Island from the USA. I hadn't quite bargained for what a climb it would be, and in the searing heat and stifling humidity it wasn't an easy climb. Armed with lots of sun cream, mosquito repellant and a bottle of water, I just managed to make it. I nearly collapsed at the top and thought ...
If I have to get up very early I never sleep well: I fear I'll miss the alarm. We left in darkness but in good time. The plane was pretty full - and full of Samoans, many of whom are a little on the large side. Yet again my in-flight entertainment wasn't working so I read instead: Treasure Island! As we approached Samoa I glimpsed a familiar sight having flown in Polynesia: a lush, mountainous island surrounded by a reef. The terminal ...
... over 30 minutes. They are so quick and its all done by hand. We had a great feed at Grandmas to finish off a great trip to Samoa.
Next time we go back we would like to look at a business of some sort as there is so much
potential there. We really want to set up a Guest House there as there is hardly anything! Watch this space.
Stress of the week:
Trying not to lose Laura's engagement ring before we got to Namu'a
... Samoans sold their lands to the Europeans to acquire armaments to settle the matter.
In the meantime, Britain and the USA were struggling to attain some sort of peace in the islands. in 1872 the USA had been offered exclusive rights to a naval base in Pago Pago Harbor by the High Chief of Tutuila in exchange for the protection and backing of the US government.
The following year Col. AB Steinberger, serving as an official agent of the US ...
... in bed by 11 where the gentle rocking of the ship lulls me to sleep for a good eight hours...then the routine begins again.
FUN WITH AMERICANS
Although my Yankee friends are outnumbered by Canadians and Aussies, they can still make their presence known. Every day there is a coffee break where the Cruise Director interviews an officer. It is a great way to learn about the operation and the question period ...