The Savaiian Hotel

Address: P.O. Box 7009, Salelologa, Savai'i, Samoa Western | Hotel
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This hotel is located on P.O. Box 7009, Salelologa.
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      The beginning of the end and new beginnings!

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 22, 2015

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      ... my far less tangible link to one of the England players who was once a student at the school I taught at! Again the heat had taken its toll and so we headed to the lava caves nearby our hotel where we were first treated to another game of kilikiti (at least this was legitimately on a weekend) before heading down to the small natural pool at the caves exit. Here I joined with the big children who were cave jumping into suitably deep water. Inevitably, the jumps that ...

      A change of Samoan Island

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 22, 2015

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      ... by the rough crossing, proved a fine combination for nausea and not the ideal introduction to Samoa's second island which, by all accounts, would make the incredibly laid back Upolu look like a thriving metropolis by comparison. Our only goal for the evening was to locate the accommodation that was recommended on our 'Samoa' app (Rosalita) which, turned out to be worth staying at, if only for its near completion of the grand slam of reasons why it was a rubbish place to ...

      Dodgy rentals, Goonies and big beach rugby hits!

      A travel blog entry by fonfe on Jan 17, 2015

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      ... It turned out that they used to live out here so were a useful source of island information. The two sons (both in their twenties) had suffered severe first day sunburns on the car journey to the Fales! They were both pale skinned ginger haired fellows so this was most certainly possible although "hardly fair" as the younger of the two correctly exclaimed. During dinner we also found out from another local expat that the island was hit by a tsunami in 2009 on this very ...

      Road trippin'

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 29, 2014

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      ... west so I decided the most economical way would be to drive to the north west fuel station, fuel up and then just head back down again. Dais agreed so we headed that way. We went through hundreds of villages all roped off with bright bunting. We watched the sunset from the car behind a row of tall palm trees in the distance over the sea. It was like something out of a film. Towards the west of the island a couple more roads appeared on the map and there were no road signs anywhere. ...

      Hello Pacific Islands

      A travel blog entry by barnicko on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... Max, and we were finally released. Thankfully one taxi still remained, and as we left, the shutters to the airport were brought down until tomorrow. Our ideas of Samoan life have already been drastically altered. The only buildings built out of more than pillars and roofs seems to be enormous churches, decadently painted, and interspersed at what looks like 100m intervals...maybe telling the customs officer I was non-religious hadn't been the best move!! We arrived ...