Litia Sini Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... and then what made it worse was when the phone right by my head went off and gave me a jump. He answered it but it was one of those ones attached to the handset so he tried to go around the corner and talk quietly but that was it. I couldn't contain my laughter anymore, holding my breath and breathing deeply into the towel in front of me wasn't going to work - I just burst out laughing. Then we were uncontrollable both laughing and continuing. The ...
... to wake up so we could go back in the sea. The afternoon was a repetition of lying in the sun, getting hot then going for a dip in the sea, drying off and doing it all again. We got some coconut water out of a fresh coconut and drank that. It was OK it reminded me of the coconut water I used to drink to stop me from getting cramps in my feet. It's a good thing to drink as it keeps you well hydrated and has all the right salts etc to replace those that come out in sweat ...
... 2hrs, 20mins until my flight to Gold Coast left. I had a sleep and then read a book until it was time to leave. My flight was called at 12:10pm and I arrived at Coolangatta Airport at 1:30pm.
I picked up my luggage and drove home. Samoa would make an incredible experience for students because of it's large variety of activities, beautiful people and incredible ...
... underwater tunnel and deep, dark caves to fully explore this amazing system. The freshwater offered a pleasant contrast to the Tosua sinkholes yesterday. After some suspect driving we reached Lalomanu beach. Another stunning vista awaited us, with clearer sea and softer sand than yesterday's beaches. Having climbed some coconut trees, we snorkelled out to sea. While the coral was largely dead from the tsunami in 2011, there were enough ...
Suitable title as I spent the day drenched, either from the heat, from the rain or the swimming pool. Alas not from Papaseea sliding rocks but more about that anon. As mentioned yesterday, we were going to explore a little out of town at Robert Louis Stevenson's home in Samoa. He wasn't here very long. He arrived in 1889 and built his beautiful home high up in the nearby hills North of Apia a year later. Whilst the climate was beneficial to his Tuberculosis ...