Little Italy Hotel & Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... plantations of coconut and palm trees, lots of single shops were set up along the road, that were family run, lots of clothes and other things just put on the side of the road to attract passing customers.We were travelling in 30C, the air con was the open door and the windows that were open!!!!Very hot and sticky!!!!
We had to be onboard by 5.00pm and we more or less set sail straight away. On our way to ...
... on as we weren't too keen to part with too much cash. Eventually (the guy isn't happy to let us go) he offers us the carved stick for $15, just had to buy it then, after all his hard work carving t he stick and then the effort to sell it I think it was a good buy. The show tonight was a chap by the name of Peter Grant, very good, polished act. I liked him (better looking) similar to Barry Manilow. Followed by the weakest link, a bit of a ...
... to another lecture from a world renown speaker and author, Paula Smith, who spoke on the history of Tonga up to present. It appears to be the most uncivilized place but we're told the people are very nice. We'll Kayak once we get there.
We took some pictures around the ship that we hadn't captured before and they're at the bottom. Right now we're getting ready ...
... I was appreciative that today the conductor called on me rather than the four year old in the second row! After the meeting I really wanted to get pictures of the whole congregation, but I noticed that Tongans are really, really, really shy. I mean really. Compared to them, Samoans are exhibitionists. Since I was painfully shy as kid, I fell back on a bad habit to get them to do my bidding. I used my mother. As a kid, whenever I had to ask ...
... at a beach cave.
The town boasts some quite modern buildings but there is also a lot of run down houses. 40% of Tongans live below the poverty line yet despite that everyone is so cheerful and very helpful. People will stop and give you a lift to and from town, especially if you’re a bit laden down. The central market in town has some of the best fruit and vegetables we have seen in a long time and we are making the most of things ...