Litia Sini Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Litia Sini Beach Resort Apia
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... closed in. We stopped at the waterfall lookout and although we could hear the falls, we couldn't see them for the mist.
We stopped for lunch at a resort called Saletoga Sands which is owned and run by a NZ couple from Hamilton. It took them two years to build and has been open just a year so everything is still new and fresh.
After leaving the the resort we drove to the To Sua ocean trench. ...
... 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 ...
... the resort. The plan was to catch the two o'clock ferry back to Upolu. Around noon we walked out to catch the bus. While waiting a taxi pulled up and offered us a good price to take us to the wharf. We got there and waited some more. Again the ferry ride was smooth sailing. The coral comes really close to the main land even around the wharf. The ferry had to navigate a very narrow marked out route to avoid the coral only a few feet below the surface. Once on the ...
... I was carried out for about 30 seconds and just went with the rip. The last thing I wanted to do was to panic so I tried to stay as calm as possible. When the rip lulled for a split second I turned horizontally and kicked as hard as I could parallel to the shore. I ended up in the rock pools and a bit grazed but at least I didn't head further out. The waves then pelted me towards Dais. I asked her what she was still doing in the sea thinking ...
... the sickly Scottish writer had lived on the tiny island at all was remarkable, and the tour of his house was good fun. Who would have known, but RSL is actually revered not only as Tusitala (teller of tails), but also 'introduced of pineapples', as it was he who first enlightened the natives as to the joy of the fruit. As we exited the museum, the weather turned from Hyde to Jekyll. Suddenly, the sunshine came ...