Safua Hotel

Address: Safua Village, Salelologa, Savai'i, Samoa Western | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Safua Village, Salelologa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Travel Blogs from Salelologa

      Rest and Relaxation at Return to Paradise

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Oct 01, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... leave here until tomorrow night so it would be really truly wonderful if we could keep our room for free until about 8pm. Apparently we will have to pay half the room tariff for the night but we will see what Fagin fingers can do about that (got to pick a pocket or two) hehehe. Anyway, the two desperate housewives want to have a drink with us now so too-da-loo. Ero Tergum x PS MOSQUITO BITES ARE REALLY GETTING ON MY NERVES NOW PPS ONLY 28 DAYS UNTIL I SEE MY FAMILY IN ...

      Hello Pacific Islands

      A travel blog entry by barnicko on Jul 20, 2014

      5 photos

      ... that are staying there least 10 from the UK alone, including 4 from our own university - nothing like coming all this way to meet people you study with every day. Satisfied, we headed down to the main town (a dead town on a Sunday!). We're here to meet up with Will's dad and brother, both here since they've been travelling in Australia anyway so thought they would tag along. Currently sitting by the pool at their ***********tail in hand, and resting up ...

      Paradise Lost and Found

      A travel blog entry by rene.andre on Jul 08, 2014

      4 photos

      ... me or show me about themselves. To do this takes some effort. Soon, I am enjoying the experience of the market place in a new way.

      Tanu (Manase, Savaii)

      We are on the fringe of everyday village life here. The umu (traditional Samoan oven) in which all meals are cooked is started early every morning with a fire and a plume of smoke. Everyone seems very relaxed. I hear the sounds of children and adults ...

      Day 6 – 23/5 Friday - Manono and Fire Eaters

      A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson on May 23, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... Once rested, Happy hour is obligatory at our Fale and tonight is followed by the weeks main event. Its raining but the feast is well attended and the raw fish and coconut entrée delicious and crisp. Flax dishes overflowing with succulent port, crackling, beef, fish, chicken, and grilled taro are served with an Oyster Bay.

      The show of traditional song and dance was eagerly awaited and the rapid dancing movements appear very aerobic to us stuffed guests. One game ...

      I'm going to wash that man right out of my hair

      A travel blog entry by neilywheelie on Feb 14, 2014

      3 photos

      ... might be having some more company in his grave! However it was worth it for the view alone and when the cool breeze wafted across the top it became most pleasant. Fortunately the walk back down was much easier. I was drenched by the time we returned but cooled off a little before a quick once round the garden and then hailing a cab to take us back to the hotel. We did have a crafty beer at the bus stop, well it was so hot. I was very entertained watching ...