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... when the sun had risen. Strangely, my guess had the sun rising a lot earlier than Helen which allowed me to head back sooner than her. Our journey to the domestic airport was made memorable by the bizarre driving that we were met with en route. We had already come across the oddity of the alternative universe that Samoan taxi drivers appear to occupy; whereby for some reason that we could not even hazard a guess at, they all seem to drive at no more than 20mph. Further to ...
Monday the 25th was a day full of firsts:-
- Our first ever AFD on a cruise. Yes, we both didn't have a drink all day!
- The first time we didn’t spend a cent on a cruise
... usual souvenirs and clothes and shirts. So after browsing we continued on walking for 5 mins to arrive at Sadie's By The Sea another resort, it's built on part of the property of the former Rainmaker Hotel which used to be famous in the 60's Marlon Brando, William Holden were 2 of the film stars who stayed here, they used to then fly across to Western Samoa to Aggie's Resort Hotel. We paid $5 each to ...
... br> came over to us and told us how happy she was that we were having such a great
time, unlike the rest of the people there. I guess she enjoys ****** people.
Tisa played her ukulele and sang a couple of songs to us.
We arranged with taxi to pick us up at 2.00 so we
could hit another bar, Sadies by the Sea, before we go back on board by 4.30.
Sadies was great too. Again, heaps of ship people,
but we had a ball. There was a guy playing a keyboard ...
... parts of Tutulia were badly impacted by the tsunami that also impacted several nearby South Pacific islands. We had both previously visited the area on another cruise and had explored most of the area covered by the Pago Pago township, so we decided we needed to look further afield. So we hopped on a truck and joined a three hour tour of the island. Now unlike previous islands where there was a ring road that we could go around, this is not the case for Tutulia – the roads ...