Le Alaimoana Hotel

Address: Apia Park, Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Apia

    Samoa, wow.

    A travel blog entry by 0wley on Feb 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Dodgy rentals, Goonies and big beach rugby hits!

    A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 17, 2015

    15 photos

    ... 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 ...

    Fa'a Samoa

    A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Nov 01, 2014

    57 photos

    ... waving back basically the whole ride. To Sua was the highlight of Samoa. Two huge, deep holes, just meters in from the ocean side cliffs offer some unique swimming opportunities. The ocean water fills the bottom of the first hole and at low tide one could swim under the ground out into the deep blue. Climbing up and down the steep, handrail absent makeshift ladder can be daunting. One slip and it could be an easy thirty meter drop to the platform. We all made ...

    Road trippin'

    A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... named it Billybob. I'm not sure whether we were more excited about exploring the island or just driving ourselves off somewhere for once. Dais drove while I map read. Either way round it would have been a disaster but that seemed to be the lesser of two evils. Our first planned stop was the sliding rocks. We had pictured smooth rocks with water falling off them into deep natural pools in the heart of the rainforest. We were desperate to go. I followed the map and we almost got ...

    Call Me Fishmael

    A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Aug 12, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of the South Pacific. Twang! The line went again and Josh jumped up; yet it was another small fish on the surface line and he escaped to live another day. Soon after, however, the line went again. Was it the same fish back for seconds? If so, the slippery sea swimmer escaped again. Third time is, as we all know, the charm and Josh was in luck. A brilliant silver-blue skipjack tuna hung from the end of the bait. We didn't have to wait long before another line caught. We ...