Sadie's by the Sea
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Microwave in room
- Free airport shuttle
- Refrigerator in room
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Well for us on this ship Friday 13th February doesn't exist! We are leaving Pago Pago on Wednesday 12th and we get to Apia in Western Samoa on Saturday 14th - how weird is that! We had a great time today visiting a typical Samoan village - very entertaining and we were made to feel most ...
... I suppose this was reassuring in case of an emergency!) and allowed for no more than 10 passengers. Because we were near the front (well, we were also not too far from the back!) we enjoyed the distraction of trying to work out what on earth the various cockpit screens meant. The most important of which, for me, became the map where we could monitor our approach into American Samoa. Sadly, once we had exceeded 88mph and therefore begun our approach through the space ...
... so you can imagine what it was like at midday. We feel quite privileged to be here it's not the sort of place you would fly to so if we weren't on a cruise we wouldn't come and the same applies to a lot of the port of calls we will make. Up on deck we sail away from Samoa it's quite sad. There are some bats flying around (flying foxes) can't quite take photos too far away. It's been an amazing day I know it's been hot but so memorable. ...
... because we were so much closer to it, as we struggled back, I had been cut the most and it had really cut into my foot and leg. The barman had to put lime, vineger and peroxide on it, imagine how painful that was... Anyways I was a tough cookie and battled through. We ended the day with the only thing we recognised which was McDonalds and the cheapest one ever... had lots of food and headed back to the ship after what was an amazing day. My favourite port so ...
... fish. We understand that at times we are several hundred miles from anywhere. This was true when we left San Francisco. After a couple of days we were out in the Pacific with nothing around in any direction for several hundred miles. So if anyone needs to be taken off the ship it is a long wait. On a slightly sad note David (one of our dining companions) is unwell. He was quite poorly yesterday, he's travelling alone so we checked up on him today. Convinced him to get ...