The Savaiian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that are staying there too..at 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 ...
We wanted to explore a little more of this Island so had negotiated with one of the guys working on the reception here, Shalom (great name) to arrange for a half day tour around the island. Not only did he arrange it, he was going to be our own personal tour guide, along with John our driver. All this for 200 talas, which is about £60 (£30 each). We had worked out some of the things we wanted to see from the guide book but not really understanding how long journey times are, ...
... green foilage covering the walls and the water is a deep turquoise color and is crisp and clear. There a number of ledges that are safe to jump from. I don't really think the picture do it justice. The girls had a fun here and for most of the time we had the falls to ourselves. Our swim ended rather abruptly when a large eel swam between Olivia and I. The locals told her afterwards that the eel was good luck. Liv was wasn't buying it!
Yesterday we drove around the ...
We have spent the last few days driving around the island. We spent an afternoon at the Papaseea Sliding Rocks. We had a great time sliding down the lava rocks into deep pools of fresh water. The kids were disappointed when they kicked us out at closing time!
Yesterday we went to visit the Robert Louis Stevenson museum in Vailima. This was the estate that Stevenson built and spent the last four years of his life. The estate house boasts the only ...
... 3 months the year before and said he didn't see the left break as good as I had it for the whole time that he was there. Very lucky.
Overall, Samoa was amazing. I met some great people, got some of the best waves I've had in a long time and got to experience a very unique culture. Samoans are some of the most family oriented people I have ever met and it was a great experience to get to see how they live ...