The Savaiian Hotel
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... late. A pass code was left for me to enable me to pick up my key. My immediate first impressions of the hotel, was that it was in a nice quiet area and looked quite pretty from the outside. My room was a bit tatty (had Guy booked it?) but was clean and the bed excellent. Anyway arriving late in the dark is never a good time to see a place at its best. Still not feeling at my best, I took to my bed and had quite a good nights sleep. Goodnight luggage, wherever you ...
... high fun stuff....three people in the water....INSANE scenery....life is good....NO, LIFE IS GREAT...as this looks to be the last surf session of the trip.
After yet another incredible dinner that started with fresh Ahi....oh yeah, I haven't mentioned the food yet, lets just say the kitchen staff treats you very, very well...we proceeded into conversations over cocktails about life, crazy world leaders, books worth reading and TV shows worth watching. ...
... 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 ...
... don't want to get caught in that. I have met a couple people who have and it wasn't pretty. The surf that I had the other day was unbelievable.
When I first got out, there were 4 guys on the left. They all paddled in 10 minutes after I got out, so I was the only surfer out. The waves were 6-8ft and every wave was a barrel. My best wave was a wave I almost didn't go for because I was a bit out of position for it. I got into it pretty late ...
... with the help of the force of the water spouting out of the blowholes. When done correctly, you can shoot a coconut 100s of feet into the air. Perhaps this will be the beginning of the Samoan space program. The tide pools and coastal waters around the blow holes was amazingly beautiful. We wished to have more time to putter around exploring, unfortunately, we had a rental car to return.
Again, the ferry trip was uneventful. When we ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking