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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... was as special a way to finish our trip as it seemed or if my perspective on special views had been warped due to our overexposure to such scenery. The evening was a time for reflection and we pondered our highlights, lowlights etc. safe in the knowledge that this adventure had absolutely exceeded our expectations in whatever category we cared to evaluate it by. We still had one more, near full day to pass and did so by visiting several of the nicer more expensive resorts on ...
... wiped out large sections of the shoreline accommodation and cost over 100 people their lives. Shamed by our ignorance of this catastrophe, we endeavoured to rectify this oversight during the remainder of our stay in Samoa. After the excellent food, we were lucky (or unlucky depending on your view) enough to be treated to another after dinner dance show. This time, unlike our previous performance, the enthusiasm of the dancers was in clear evidence and was thus by far the ...
... one of the restaurants along the marina and enjoyed panfried masimasi fish and chips. I'm not fishes number one fan but this is so fresh and so good there's nothing not to like. While we were in Apia it made sense to visit the markets. We had to get some cash out and go to the chemist so we hit the markets as well. They were as you'd expect. It was hot, stuffy and everyone was selling similar stuff, hand crafted woven items like bags, fans, boxes. Then there were wooden carved items, ...
... a night including breakfast every morning. I booked through booking.com rather than other accommodation websites because it was easy to use and find any sort of hotel/motel. It was about a 15 minute drive from the airport and when I arrived, I was amazed by the incredible beauty of this place.
My room was well presented, clean and was very comfortable to relax in. There were ...
Day 23. Having insisted that he was going into hospital this morning, Max set an alarm for 7:10. Four alarms and four snoozes later, he was still in bed, prompting Oscar and I to ask of he was actually going in. When the answer was no, the retort was: "Well turn your bloody alarm off!" It was of no consequence in the end, as just as sweet slumber was taking over again, five loud thuds from the hammer upstairs reminded us that rest is for the wicked. Not that that ...