Litia Sini Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free parking
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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. …
... negotiated with "Sam" for a ride the next day ($100 tala for 2 return) we slipped back in the early heat to poolside and books.
More or less day off – more swimming, Pat studying or reading RL Stevenson. The car rental return pick at 1200 was prompt and no problem, including promises to look into transmission.
There are only 15 Fale at the resort – max accommodation is about 35 persons, so its always very ...
... of Samoans sitting on the ground beside us playing some form of poker. Once back at the hotel we rested a while before going back into town. We wanted to to Papaseea sliding rocks; it's a waterfall whee you can bathe. It is out of town a way and either you need to take a bus or a taxi. First of all we popped into the flea market which was rammed with all kinds of souvenirs and clothing. Then the heavens opened and it also became rammed with people. ...
... 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 ...
... arranged to have him deported to Fiji. As soon as he was gone, the Samoan self-government scheme collapsed, leaving a number of factions seeking political advantage. A delegation of Samoans sought protection from the British in Fiji and the Americans in Washington but both refused. Because the USA had ignored the invitation to set up a naval base on Tutuila, the Samoans made Germany and Britian the same offer.
By the late 1880 warships of all ...