Le Alaimoana Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... and we were all soon dripping wet. I bought a wooden mortar and pestle while Ita bought several bags and lots of shell jewelry.
We were meeting at Loretta's shop at 11 as she had a van which would transport all of us (Steve and I, Richard and Ita, Susana, Leilua and Loretta) for a trip around the eastern end of the island.
We set out over the Cross-Island Rd. Again, as we got higher up, ...
... the natural beauty so much that day. As soon as we got back on board I headed straight for the pool, which is in fact a first on here, 40+ days in and I haven’t once had the urge to take a dip but today was so hot I simply slung myself in – best part of it being the power ballads being blasting out loud, being valentines and all, theres nothing more satisfying than pumping your fists to “I wanna know what love is” while doing a doggy paddle. We were joined ...
... meanwhile weighing up the point of purchasing an insurance policy that would only cover us after the first $3000 - the purpose of such insurance I failed to understand and therefore declined! Ultimately, we found ourselves in varying states of regret leaving the airport in a Rav 4, which showed its age as dating from sometime in the mid-late 90s as it came complete with that rarest of accessories: a mini disk player. The drive into town was much further than I had hoped (it ...
... round. It was slow cooked chicken and pork, oka (which is raw fish soaked in coconut milk and lemon), salad bits, a fresh tuna done in coconut milk too, taro and spinach. It sounds a lot but actually it was just a little mouthful of everything. It did to my surprise fill us up though. When dinner was done we were treated to numerous traditional Samoan dances. Obviously being a welcoming country that they are they invited all the men and one woman ...
... back to Le Vasa Resort for the rest of the afternoon.
I got back by about 2:00pm and decided to go water skiing and fishing with some of the other travellers and some of the locals.
I had some dinner at 6:30pm at the ugly mermaid bar with the people I met while water skiing and then went back to my room and got to bed.
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