Litia Sini Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Litia Sini Beach Resort Apia
Travel Blogs from Apia
... are tour minibuses offering 4 hour tours of the Island for $50 a person or a 2 hour tour for $30, however we try our luck with the taxis and get someone willing to take 4 of us for $25 each to see the main sights we can cover in 2 hours. We drive along the road round the harbour into town, since our last visit 8 years ago there has been a lot of damage here from typhoon so some of the well known place like Aggie Grey's Hotel are closed and still ...
... pool by the ships headliners too so for the first time ever the average age in the radius of 20 metres was under the 30 mark; I think we all may have scared off the other guests though, whoops!
Now we’re on route to Fiji, which will have a lot to live up to now but I’m excited nevertheless. I’ve visited Suva before as a kid but remember little about the island, so this will be another new experience really – lets hope the buses are running. Happy Valentines to all back at ...
... engaging a Spanish lady from Malaga in conversation who was more than happy to give us a generous run down of the travel tips she had garnered during her time on the island. After departing the hotel, we thought it prudent to build on this advice by first paying a visit to the travel information centre in town. Initial impressions of Apia were that it hinted at a country that was far more commercially developed than Tonga (not a difficult contest) and perhaps even ...
... is stretched over a carving and rubbed so the design comes through, like when shading a piece of paper with a coin under it. Next it is painted with red ink squeezed from the blood tree, and black ink made from the soot from burning a lama nut. The bigger the piece the more flexible it is and is worn for some ceremonies.
We spent very little time in the carving fale as the food was finished. It's as well because the carving was the one thing that had the ...
... ended they sang us a farewell song and all the performers came around and shook our hands and kissed us and told us we were part of their family and we should always come and visit. It's a lovely sentiment but then they served brown slop for desert - no family should do that. It's very hot and we burned a little today and I'm being eaten alive out here so the best place for me is our air-conditioned room and to lather myself in aloe gel. Ero Tergum ...