The Pacific Pearl

Lalovaea St., Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Apia

Taking it Easy in Samoa

A travel blog entry by dlake


... afternoon. Kate has published her first blog entry the URL is below. If you want to follow her blog you can subscribe to it. It is difficult for me to add to the contacts with only one rather slow Internet connection. Liv's blog should be up and running tomorrow. Kate's Blog ...

Samoan gang members

A travel blog entry by luv2srff


Not much to tell over the last couple weeks besides being kidnapped by local Samoan gang members. Long story short, I was taken for slave labor, thrown into a bamboo cage, became friends with a monkey who ended up stealing a key to my cage off the sleeping guard who was supposed to keep watch of me, freed a local princess who was kidnapped from a rival village on our way out, spent 3 days hiding out in the ...

An Unexpected Treat

A travel blog entry by gatogo


... to be Latter Day Saints, Methodists, and Catholics. As we were not up for a church visit, we were fortunate in that there was a Gospel Choir concert Sunday evening to open the Teuila Festival, their annual cultural and arts festival . We saw several groups perform – well over a hundred singers in each group and really very good. We felt a bit out of place as we were late arriving and rained heavily upon as we were just getting to the venue. ...

Western Samoa: men in skirts

A travel blog entry by beckerworldtrip


... the glory of heaven. Well, here in Samoa they exist. Never before had I seen purple clouds, but now I can say I have. People of all ages were standing around outside even at this early hour, not seeming to do much but stand around. I asked Junior to take us to a place close to the water and close to the center of town, and we wound up at a moderately priced hotel with a friendly staff and an open cafe ready to serve us breakfast at great expense. We were very hungry and very tired. ...

Save the camera

A travel blog entry by apoc100

... the top of the crater we had to pay a toll to “Da Craterman” – an eccentric man who lives by himself 8km away from the main village at the foot of the mountain. He had an aged face with shaggy black hair and beard and there was a certain wildness about him that was akin to the environment he lived in. He had red eyes but carried a friendly demeanour and he lived in a small hut surrounded by plastic vats containing cooking oil; his hut ...


This hotel, located on Lalovaea St., Apia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding