The Black Pearl Suites
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... tout est plat. Par contre le sol me paraît assez fertile; on y fait pousser de nombreux fruits et légumes. Le mode de vie ici est beaucoup plus tranquille. Un édifice de deux étages ici est un gratte-ciel; la population a un habit traditionnel que même le Cardinal porte. Il s'agit d'un sarong qui descend aux genoux puis d'un genre de jupe en paille, attachée par une ...
... I persevered and had the chance to do it. I looked for shells back up on the beach as I walked back to my pack but only found a few fragments and lots of coral - that I left. The NZ woman had photos of all kinds of gorgeous shells and a crab and blue anemones - I was quite jealous. I saw the couple at dinner at the cafe.
Once I managed to walk all the way back, I was quite tired. Actually the walk was nice - the temperature ...
... lovely singing. Mix of old / new buildings ... walking tour of the town to see the churches, schools, shopping etc...all closed so easy to get pictures. Monday... To village across the island ...got a site seeing tour enroute ...running commentary of Tongan life/ customs...again= mix of old new. The beach selected for snorkelling was a quintessential tropical spot - but ...
... the day, we found a venue that charges guests to come and visit. As explained to us by our guide, all Tongan families are owners of their land and, if this land happens to contain a particularly attractive destination that tourists may wish to visit, they are entitled to charge for that privilege. Fortunately for this family, 'The Banana Leaf cave' was more than sufficiently attractive to meet its purpose. The name of the cave was established by the family that owned it as they used ...
... capital 'city', Nuku'alofa, on our first evening, we were confronted with a town where the options for a night out were rather limited. Nuku'alofa is, rather than a city, a town the size of Weybridge but with a similar population density of Willunga, and as such we were both immediately amused and charmed in equal measure by what we saw. Upon our arrival, we set about a brief perusal of what 'big city' life on Tonga had to offer - on first showing very little - although we were, ...