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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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My plane flew out of Aus at 9:30pm and is due to land at 5:15am, Samoa time (3 hours ahead of Aus?). The passengers on my flight consisted of 95% Maori/ Samoan/ Islanders who I might add, are generally not small, or quiet. I'd overheard a passenger mention there was a family reunion going on.. This explained the high ratio of Samoans on the flight …
... or live... So why do I feel like the last antelope on the Savannah? It could be the hissing, the kissing sounds, the taunting, the "baby's", "darlings", "I love you's" or the general inquisition of the young Samoan males in Apia (especially when they're in packs, at night). SWF. Single, white, female. I don't know if these guys realise their behaviour is mildly predatory and very unwelcome. I walk to Apia Marina for dinner. The girl who serves me, Sita, ...
... surrounded by locals in astonishment and full blown curiosity. Wide eyes and many questions they did have with their limited English. Bird in the sky! A couple girls standing on the beach saw the drone above them, they absolutely shat there pants. Pretty sure they thought it was an alien. One girl ran tripped on a rock landed on her face and sprinted away screaming. Ups well I didn’t expect that. Went for a spear fish and snapped my sling. Lucky I brought a spare sling! My ...
... rugby boys it was time to head back to coconuts for a restful afternoon........ HOWEVER.......our sense of direction had other ideas, again it seemed to prove difficult to get to coconuts!! We did seem to go through the Samoan Zoo and whiteness some crazy animals but before we new it we were on the complete opposite of the island! But lucky we did that as we stopped for some chips and much needed diet coke - which was ...
... years later. From the top of the hill you can look out over Apia harbour and the Villa Vailima. We took the longer route downhill which took a bit longer but was easier on the legs and the lungs. As we had arranged to be back mid morning we left looking through the Villa Vailima for another time.
After a late breakfast we drove out towards the west of Apia through some villages ...