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... airport given how small it was and that, apparently, there is no need to signpost its existence. On arrival, we were delighted to discover that the purported legend of Samoan air travel was true; not only do your bags get weighed before boarding, but all passengers are then weighed themselves. When we enquired why this was so (in the hope that the larger you are the more you have to pay!), we were told that, because of the size of the plane, passengers would need to be seated ...
We crossed the International Date Line as ...
... We had lunch of fish and chips as it was Friday and a couple of beers, not to expensive. Had another swim and then it was time to walk back to the ship and back through the market stalls again to spend our last few American dollars. So that's the last of the Polynesian Islands and the warm weather, it's on to Auckland New Zealand, 3 days at sea where we cross the International Date Line and loose a ...
... is a landmark located on the coast in a little inlet. Also known as Fatu-ma-Futi, it looks like a blossoming flower pot and is said to guard the entrance to Pago Pago Bay. Tisa's Barefoot Bar – Built a few years ago, this once secret bar is now much better known and is frequently visited by tourists. The bar itself is built from driftwood and other recycled materials. After speaking to the lovely fellow behind the bar, we discovered that it was hit by the tsunami but ...
The day started overcast. In Pago Pago, the capital of American Samoa, the mountains and 'jungle' almost come right up the water's edge. There isn't a lot of flat land. We had a quick look around at the markets, and resigned ourselves to a walk into town, which would have only been 500m at the most. We were approached by a Samoan man for a tour, and were about to give him the brush off, but inquired a bit more. He was going to charge $10 each for a 2.5 hour tour. He said if we ...