Siufaga Beach Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
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... released into the wild once they're big enough but after seeing the size of them, they were big enough 10 years ago. The elderly Germans care not for animal rights and aren't phased by the fact they are contributing to the continuation of a business that makes money from the ill treatment of animals. They are excited, not bothered, by the conditions these turtles are dying in. Stupid, ignorant, tourists. #freetheturtlesinsavaii The tour was cut short, as the old Germans needed ...
... hearing about the final parts of The Nora Robberts Novel and Jack Reacher while deciding what to have for dinner! Oh life why are you so cruel!! Dinner was hilarious we were made a big fuss of which was so nice - we finished the meal with some dancing which was highly entertaining! We laughed and laughed until our checks hurt - as the girls tried to look ...
... in places, is imprinted with the melted corrugated iron roof. The virgin's grave is a small area which escaped the lava. Housing and planting is dotted in and around the area but it is a miracle how anything much can grow in this landscape.
I had a rest during the late afternoon as I wasn't feeling flash. After dinner at the resort restaurant we watched some rugby before ...
... privilege of witnessing the blowholes, but they also levied an extra charge on those wishing for a guide to shoot coconuts out for your viewing pleasure. Our main problem was that we did not have sufficient change to meet the $10 charge; nevertheless our host insisted upon jumping into the car with us towards the blowholes. When I showed him my lowest available denomination ($50), he insisted he possessed the correct amount of change and handed me back $30. Apparently, the ...
... This was the work of Mt. Matavanu, which formed in 1905 and erupted in 1906, and within one month covered 76 sq/km of the northeast coast of Savai'i burying Saleaula and three other villages and their surrounding farmlands. It continued to erupt for five more years till 1911 making it one of the biggest eruptions of the 20th century. We walked through some sparse tree cover to the remains of a half buried church. Amazing how clearly you can see how it flowed in ...