Siufaga Beach Resort
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... became our guide around the island and we moved steadily along the foreshore of Manono.
Again heaps of churches for the small population, apparently the first Methodist church about 1830's. We picked a hot day and the humidity is high also – so I just sweat bricks even at a modest pace. Pat, of course is as light as a feather and chattering away to Sam and warning him of the dangers of smoking, which he ignores.
Regular 5 min breaks help and progress is ...
... we hung out with them and shared travel stories while watching the sunset. Absolute paradise. The water was crystal clear and you could see Sea Turtles coming up to breath every now and then.
On the Island they had 6 Beach Fales/Huts, they were simple and had a nice bed covered with a mosquito net. The locals would come and make us dinner and once we
had finished they would then return to the mainland, leaving us alone on the island. ...
... the combination of the wave closing out more than being makable...and the stains in our surf trunks....influenced the vote to head to a spot called Boulders.
After a drive, a lengthy walk followed by a long paddle around a point, we found a solid left hand break that was working for a bit, until the tide caused it to basically break right into a cliff wall. Still plenty of fun waves were had by all...and when you have six people in the line up, ...
... the plane do a quick descent and climb(speed bump) as we crossed the Date Line. So now we lost an entire day, and we are 19 hours more than New York. Long travel day with over 10 hours of flying.
We arrived in Samoa at 6PM, but now it's Tuesday evening......hey what happened to Monday evening? We got a very warm greeting with flowers and water and cold towels. The hotel transfer was only about 10 minutes, and we arrived at the Aggie Grey's resort. They had a ...
... fale with a huge plate of food for us: two little crayfish, roasted bread-fruit and cassava and the national dish called palusami, which are taro leaves cooked in coconut milk, a bit of a rich gut buster but really tasty. We were caught totally by surprise, thanked them profusely and enjoyed our Samoan feast the best way possible: on the boat with a bottle of cold white wine.
Somewhat dozy I snorkeled the reef in the afternoon but it seemed ...