Le Manumea Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... of perfectly cooked tuna steaks for dinner along with some creamed taro. Taro is a local root vegetable much like a potato but more dense. They call it a superstarch which is what many of the All Blacks grew up on which explains their muscles. It was delicious. One of the workers/owners here joined us for dinner and is going to join us with the chef for a drink after. So we hope to pay enough compliments to get us to try some free food and get some free drinks. Ero Tergum ...
... wrath of Samoan storms was not complete and another deluge followed. This time, there was no letting up. Our options were few and far between, but we settled on the relatively safe course of returning to Aggie Grey's resort. The drive was made slightly more pleasant with Rick D's Samoan top 40 on the radio. There, on the northern beaches, the weather was better enough ...
Day 11. As uneventful as the day had been is as interesting as the night became. Given that three of the group were departing, we were treated to a mini Fia Fia show after dinner. There was also free beer to be tasted and complimentary punch from our new Samoan friends. Enele, the owner of the brewery, Jordan, the owner of the club we were to go to and Charles, the son of the hostel ...
Ventured into the hospital this morning to pick up a form they had for us, then headed into A&E to see if we could help out. Turns out they can only take 2 at a time, and since 7 people were trying to go, we clearly had to go away and work out a rota! So, conveniently, our work for the day was over by 9:30...(we still had time to take a few photos though!) While we were there, some of the other students had organised a minibus rental for ...
... Our final destination was on the south of the island, To Sua Ocean Trench, an idyllic swimming spot. Reaching the trench was a little hairy though: you descended a steep ladder, onto a slippery jetty. It was a magical place and we had it to ourselves. The water was warm and salty yet fairly shallow and we were surrounded by vertical, fern-covered rocks. A few small fish were in the water, while on the rocks small crabs scurried around. Climbing up was a lot easier and ...