The Savaiian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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From Taga it is just a short drive to Satuiaua Beach Fales. This 'resort' is run by Ita's friend Leilua's. It is used predominantly by surfers and is pretty rustic. The traditional fales on the beach are open sided with fabric roll down blinds for privacy and roll down mats to keep the weather out. The facilities that service these fales are shared and up off the beach by the restaurant. ...
... 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 ...
... most amazing treehouses you are ever likely to see ('Star Gazer') or THE most amazing treehouse you are ever going to see ('Samson'). We had initially booked to stay in 'Stargazer' purely on the basis that it was considerably cheaper to stay but, having taken one look at 'Samson' - a two storey treehouse that the Ewoks would have been proud of creating - I couldn't resist forking out the extra cash for such a memorable experience. Indeed, that was how I justified the ...
... were served in oversized 3/4litre bottles and which took an age to drink given the quantity and their sad lack of quality. From Helen's perspective, the particularly unappetising taste was offset by her excitement at watching the game of beach rugby that was underway by the bar, involving a group of young, mostly ripped, local males. Given the skill sets and the ferocity of the hits, not to mention the required energy levels on show, this was not a game I had any interest ...
... one of the restaurants along the marina and enjoyed panfried masimasi fish and chips. I'm not fishes number one fan but this is so fresh and so good there's nothing not to like. While we were in Apia it made sense to visit the markets. We had to get some cash out and go to the chemist so we hit the markets as well. They were as you'd expect. It was hot, stuffy and everyone was selling similar stuff, hand crafted woven items like bags, fans, boxes. Then there were wooden carved items, ...