The Savaiian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Savaiian Hotel Salelologa
Travel Blogs from Salelologa
... their facilities for the expense of a drink or meal. Our flight was irritatingly late in the evening which meant we had a lot of time to kill, which, on one of the hottest days we had experienced was a little tedious and the cause of a little tetchiness. What better way to relieve this than by paying a final and prolonged visit to the giant turtle pond? This achieved we headed to the airport early to hand over the car but heard the news on the radio that our flight had ...
... 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 ...
... nasty injury. So, we resolved not to try to outdo these young daredevils and instead had a great time flying down the slopes on our backsides in a scenario that was the closest I felt I would ever come to emulating one of my favourite child (and adult!) hood movie scenes; the waterslide scene in "The Goonies". We then headed across the island in search of the recommended Beach Fales that we were to check out for our evening's accommodation. When we arrived and were offered ...
... of the electric blue ones as well as some long nosed ones. Out in the deeper area the fish were swimming all around us from the surface to the bottom and I honestly felt like a mermaid. I could have stayed there all day doing that. I got some great pictures and videos on my underwater camera but I can't get them on here to show you just yet but I will do when I get back to Auckland. We must have been there for an hour or so by which point we had definitely built up and appetite. We ...
... taking and the reel spooling out. Maurice was quickly firing on all cylinders and had, after a brief struggle, reeled in a large Mahi-Mahi. This beautiful yellow fish was suddenly on deck struggling for all its worth, but quickly hog-tied (after a fashion) and left to its death throes. The phenomenon of changing colour from bright yellow to deep blue and then back to yellow again kept our attention, although as the fish entered the ice cooler we were filled with a modicum of ...