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. ...
... a way to finish our trip as it seemed or if my perspective on special views had been warped due to our overexposure to such scenery. The evening was a time for reflection and we pondered our highlights, lowlights etc. safe in the knowledge that this adventure had absolutely exceeded our expectations in whatever category we cared to evaluate it by. We still had one more, near full day to pass and did so by visiting several of the nicer more expensive resorts on the island ...
... 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 ...
... card. I even pretended not to see him when he waved at us and we both breathed a collective sigh of relief when I next turned round and saw that he had finally given up on us! This drama, along with the heat and generally unattractive layout of the town made us both keen to finally get out of there as soon as we could. So, we headed for our first tourist destination: the sliding rocks, which we were told to be brave enough to try out (translation: these are dangerous so ...
... a few u-turns, a couple of loops back on ourselves and buying a huge bunch of bananas for directions off a lady at a side road market we made it in one piece. We paid $5 each to enter. There were 205 steps down and it was very steep, once at the bottom it became apparent that there was not enough water to slide down. All the pools were shallow and the water flow down the rocks was not going to be enough to slide down without hurting - a lot. So we had a paddle and a sunbathe and hopped ...