The Savaiian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... over the entertainment continued. We went out on the terrace and they performed their traditional fire dance which was the finale. And what a finale it was - most of the men came out with their fire sticks twiddling them around so fast it looked like a continuous circle. It kept the audience on edge thinking someone was going to catch on fire. One guy even put the fire stick on his feet and had his feet on fire - god knows how they do it. Before ...
... here with them. The only downside to the day was the realisation that Primark boat shoes cannot withstand the heat, and preceded to melt on my feet. The remaining walk has been done barefoot, with the result of large blisters on both soles. Looks like I'll be tip-toeing around for a while. Have literally no service on the mobile anywhere on the island, so the only point of contact wi the wifi I occasionally will be logging into. (Please email or whatsapp if you need ...
... a thin man from Provence. From what I understand he has no sense of belonging, having travelled the world. He says his French speaking has “fallen asleep”. It reminds me that language (speaking the local lingo)gives you a strong sense of belonging. But what gets my attention is how he questions the need for belonging. I explain to him, this “man from Provence” that belonging is an important human need, ...
... negotiated with "Sam" for a ride the next day ($100 tala for 2 return) we slipped back in the early heat to poolside and books.
More or less day off – more swimming, Pat studying or reading RL Stevenson. The car rental return pick at 1200 was prompt and no problem, including promises to look into transmission.
There are only 15 Fale at the resort – max accommodation is about 35 persons, so its always very ...
... get home to watch the Samoan equivalent of Coronation Street? So back we came, and decided to have a dip in the hotel pool instead. Not quite the same thing at all. The day had started promisingly enough, but kind of deteriorated a little by the end. Being a Friday it's curry night! But the restaurant was a disaster. We arrived at 8:15 and an hour later still hadn't any food. It appeared that there was only one chef in the kitchen and not only trying to ...