Pacific Rose Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... ll have to keep them in mind for when we're here for a little longer.
While channel-surfing, we discovered that there's an entire channel on SKYTV dedicated to movies starring Leonardo DiCaprio. Which is incredible. If it was permanently all Leo all the time, that would be just about worth getting SKY for, in terms of sheer entertainment value. Not that we have all his films on our hard drive or anything...
Then we met up with Josh's ...
Although the anticipation and preparation has been building for months things all of a sudden feel very real. From the distant excitement of an upcoming holiday, the heart is now beginning to race and the "To Do List" seems far too long to achieve before we depart. Maybe it is the excitement of seeing friends we have not seen for 14 years or is it the build up to the greatest sporting spectacle that exists, the Rugby World Cup (my opinion only, but let's face ...
... of the snafus. First, check-in at Empire Apartments. We were expecting a hotel with a mix of short-term and long-term apartments. It turns out it's really used primarily as a long-term dorm for university students and it rents its spare rooms out short-term to non-students. But it doesn't really have a separate protocol for doing that, so you still have to go through filling out all sorts of paperwork, doing a room inspection, etc. like you would ...
... for a year lived in a hut until the first part of the house was built. Later Fanny's adult daughter with her husband and son arrived from San Francisco and Mrs Stevenson senior came from Scotland. The house had a smoking room/parlour and dining room/ballroom on the ground floor and five bedrooms, a hospital room and a library upstairs. The downstairs smoking room and the upstairs library have fireplaces, making it the only house in Samoa with ...
... There was only once where I almost missed the car driving towards me, as I looked left, and not right. My biggest problem, is that everytime I go to signal, I hit the wipers! Kaela tells me she did the same thing. (**as a side note, upon my return to Canada, I also hit the wipers, as my brain had switched over to New Zealand's sides). I am very thankful for the traffic circles, as they make staying in the proper lanes so much easier!
I arrived at Don and Jan's house, and ...