Siufaga Beach Resort
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... and Maurice departed early to go diving, and wouldn't return until late at night. The rest of the gang, now whittled down to 8, first trundled to the Peapea cave. Another ex-lava tube, this cave unfortunately paled in comparison to the Dwarf's Cave. There were, however, some swiftlets that had made the cave their home and fluttered about noisily, scaring the bejesus out of the girls in the process. From there began ...
... round of fish.
Day 8 25/5 Sunday
Is it that time already!!
We gather for early breakfast, final accounting and a speedy trip to the departure lounge for hugs and return home
............ job done.
... I was just disappointed.
Aunty let us stay at her place which was absolutely awesome. We were sharing the house
with my Cousin Sam Jr (the man). After catching up with all the family that are still in Samoa we decided to chill out and start checking out the sites the next day.
We headed out to Sliding Rocks, which we natural rocks which you can slide down (if
you didn't guess from the name). We were the only ...
... scenery...life just doesn't get much better.
Religion in Samoa respectfully runs deep within the residents of the various villages...so much so that on Sundays, surfing is not allowed. If one were to paddle out to a reef that the village has the rights to, they would be kindly asked to leave. And in Samoa, if you are kindly asked to do anything, you do it...and be thankful that you were kindly asked and not kindly smacked up side the head!
... and plane. Our crew was all dressed up in Rapa Nui garb. We then began the 6 1/2 hour flight to Tahiti, where we refueled. Professor Alan Mann from Princeton gave us a lecture of The Navigators, the Polynesians who inhabited many of these islands. We were only in Tahiti for 45 minutes, and were back in the air for 3 1/2 hours to our destination, Samoa. We crossed the International Date Line about 30 minutes out of Samoa, and our pilot played a little trick on everyone ...