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Travel Blogs from Nuku'alofa
... me that there was only one table available (it was on the periphery of the room, but at the top of a few stairs so it would have visibility). So I sat there - by myself - very conscious of the fact that I was the only solo guest. I have eaten by myself before but somehow I felt ostracized in this situation. The wait staff were very solicitous and asked if I were OK every once in awhile. One even tried to arrange for me to move up somewhere to take photos. ...
... a somewhat less than ideal scenario. For me, that scenario involved the plentitude of bugs and the terrifying prospect of visiting the toilet in the pitch black of night....needless to say, I 'held on' until the morning. For Helen, she did a wonderful job of convincing herself that a tsunami would imminently hit and was therefore perpetually awoken by the sounds of her irrational fear becoming reality. To be fair to her, there were tsunami warnings all over the island about ...
... demand was met with bemusement by the large chap manning the immigration desk, with a look that suggested this was a situation he had never encountered before. Rather than prolong the debate over the merits of this rule, our man simply wrote down "Tony's Backpackers" and suggested that we stay there. Following a mild panic when I realised that neither did we have any cash (my card being refused by every machine in the airport, not for the first time this trip!) nor a means ...
... when you’re wondering how far you can swim but the consolation for this was seeing some pilot whales en route.Eua is the second largest island in the Tongan archipelagos formed from uplifted coral reef and has beautiful unspoilt tropical forest sand a rugged coastline. Our accommodation was The Hideaway Lodge one of the two‘hotels’ on the island. The Hideaway has a viewing platform overlooking the sea that is considered ...
... buy some local coffee.
With the wind behind us the paddle back was supposed to be easier but it had shifted and it was a long way back.
We dumped our stuff back on the ship and headed out to wander around Nuku’alofa. I got very confused at the Westpac ATM when I couldn’t draw any money out. We walked further up the road and tried an ANZ machine and it was smart enough to tell me I was using the wrong ...