The Savaiian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I would suggest to go and check out Apolima, it looks epic. I never got there because of limited time. Try and swim past the break. Find an opening, that’s where the coral will drop right off and an explosion of fish you will find! be careful of the strong currents. Hold onto the reef and position yourself safely. DAY 13 Attempted the crater hike. I got a little lost. Hauling way too much baggage in this heat! Feet are getting cut and infected now. Can’t walk ...
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 ...
If there's one thing I should have learned from this entire trip, it is that breakfast is an unpredictable meal, and that I should be patient before tucking into the food that is on offer as I never knew what else may be brought to the table. Clearly, I had not learned this lesson and assumed that the "Tinned spaghetti toastie" we were served up constituted our entire meal and thus gulped this down against the entire will of my taste buds, only to soon realise that this ...
... would be lucky tomorrow and he could catch the bus most of the way!
We went for a walk to a village 1hours walk away and saw a couple of the brightly coloured buses traveling along the road, crammed with people and produce. We were told if we catch the bus to be prepared, that they are usually full, but that when we got on people with get up and offer their seats to us and that they in turn would be offered a seat on someone’s lap!
Everyone is just ...