Litia Sini Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... A self generated "wrong way, turn back" sign pops up. U-turn and I've hit a road block. Two wheel barrows, filled with coconuts and two boys. Great. One boy comes to my window, madly hacks a coconut with his machete and hands it to me. Coconut water. Machetes in Samoa are what iPads are to young Australians. Every kid needs and wants one. Problem: My vehicle doesn't have drink holders to accommodate a full sized coconut. The boy demands $10 tala. I give him $5 ...
... learnt I don’t like this feeling at all. I want to fit straight into their way of living and not be made a fuss of just because I’m a tourist. I don’t need excess food and the best bed in their home. I want to be treated equal, and to help with chores and help prepare the food also. The water around the island is unreal, so tropical, warm and clear. Epic. There’s some colourful fish around Manonos’ waters. Even on the hard tsunami hit side. Talking ...
... wasn't on the cards so we packed up and headed to The Trench, To Sua - Nana decided today, that her adventure would consist of a spa treatment and a massage! Think the rest of the girls were slightly jealous but never fear off we all went to the Trench! We arrived at the trench after another visit to our friends house from the night before but we found it rather quickly in hindsight - it was beautiful the gardens and ...
... baton too - he seemed to have promise. An older woman was
emcee and spoke at some length but I couldn't understand much because I was standing on
I had been taking photos of the sunset on the beach when a
youngish Samoan woman started asking me questions. She and her
husband, daughter, and sister with her family were here for the night but
would leave early in the morning to go to church - she did ...
... the extensive amounts of geological excitement on show and so set about photographing this phenomena to excess, to cater for any potential future classroom lessons on the subject. In contrast, my interest levels had long since peaked (I managed to maintain them for my standard fifteen minutes average) which led me to encourage our departure since Helen had surely 'Geographied the "****"' out of this landmark already! With little else to do following our lame and vain efforts to ...