Litia Sini Beach Resort
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Auf der kleineren, aber Hauptinsel 'Upolu haben wir weitere 9 Tage verbracht. Leider, denn eigentlich hatten wir mit 11 Tagen geplant. Doch ein rechtzeitiger Blick von Doreen auf das Flugticket zeigte uns, dass wir bereits am 2. August Samoa verlassen müssen. Wie hätten wir wohl geschaut, wenn wir erst am 4. August am Flughafen gestanden hätten. …
... met Shalom in the hotel reception for 9:00am and off we went on our adventure. We drove along the north coast road out of Apia. Shalom wanted to take us to his family home and show us his village. He had subsequently moved away when his father, alas, passed away last year. His father was the village Pastor and was buried in the front of the church. All the villages here on Samoa are family owned and ran. I think Shalom's family is the exception as they perform a particular role, ...
... churches, modest, corrugated-roofed houses and colourfully decorated buses. We admired the way rubbish was collected: in baskets, a few feet off the ground, to deter dogs. The hotel was very welcoming and our rooms mercifully air conditioned. There were plenty of people to help and I welcomed the appearance of two strapping porters as they lugged our cases up two flights. We didn't feel like doing much that afternoon so we crashed ...
... to eat them, I don't think I need to explain my reaction to this, but suffice to say I scared Stu who had not seen them and did not know what all the fuss was about.
After this terrifying experience we headed to the tourist information centre to find out what to do. After looking at the map it seemed like most of the sites were on a spit of land that formed the natural harbour so we walked out onto this. There were war memorials from ...
... tuned in to the vice-presidential debate. In need of a sports fix more than politics, my mind began to wander from the political arena to the boxing ring. Joe Biden came out from the opening bell and landed with his left, then his right, over and over and over. With his opponent, Paul Ryan, backed up against the ropes, unable to muster any sort of attack or defense, the elder-statesman threw a sharp smile, then a wicked sneer, followed by a volley of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking