Le Alaimoana Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Apia, in the village of Lotofaga, I stop in at another natural water feature, Fuipisia Falls. It took everything in me, not to jump... but without knowing the water depth at the bottom of this 55 metre drop, it would be foolish, as I didn't take out travel or life insurance... (Kids, make sure you get travel insurance). The sealed road has turned to a gravel road and the gravel road has turned into a grass driveway in a field. It dawns upon me, I'm not in ...
... if it’s just you. If you are humble and kind, they will ask for nothing in return (its in there nature as to why they are so caring and giving). It was the start of my journey in terms of seeing the very generous side of Samoa. The problem I have is when staying with a family fale I am often welcomed in for free and treated like a king amongst the rest of the family. Yes it’s great at first... Its tradition it seems. Served first, overfeed and given everything. ...
Day one and we were full of ideas on what adventure we were off on today! However first things first breakfast! We soon learnt or next lesson - meal times were going to be a great time for discussing and solving the problems of the world as this was not a fast process! However when our breakfast arrived it was delish! Big call but the beat French toast was the best we had ever tasted!! The weather wasn't amazing and ...
... br> They then invited guests to learn to dance and the guests who
volunteered - not I - did very well! They finished with the fire dance
finale - one young man was quite energetic with his fire baton
twirling. Sometimes the batons would land on the wooden floor and burn
there for a bit before he got them up again or little fires would stay
lit for a second or two before going out. A younger boy came out and
... the door, another cat sneaked into the room. I am a bit wary of fleas so s/he didn't get to stay long. Too bad - it would have been nice to have some cat company. I miss my Omar.
Now I am in my room finishing up this blog entry because I have to get to bed early so I can have breakfast at 7 am and be ready to catch the free shuttle for my Samoa tour with Tai (??) the driver. I will have to ask him how much this all is going to cost.