Dave Parker Eco Lodge

Address: Parker Road, Apia, Upolu, Samoa Western | Resort
 
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This resort is located on Parker Road, Apia.
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      Travel Blogs from Apia

      We've made it to paradise!

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 26, 2014

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      ... Well I only accidentally crossed off no to packing my own bags - woops. When we were queuing up for the final X-ray machine a huge centipede or millipede starting inching its way towards us - Dais almost had a heart attack I was stood in awe and the security man went over to it, stomped on it and twisted his foot. The big bugger was still wriggling around after! With all that done we had made it out the arrivals door. The representative from the resort was stood waiting ...

      Would You Like Red Wine With Your Vinegar?

      A travel blog entry by wdenehan on Jul 24, 2014

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      Day 10. The variety of wake up call provided by this establishment is fantastic. Whilst we'd previously been treated to the rooster and the rainstorm, today we got the inconsolable screaming child. Unfortunately not installed with a snooze button, this would continue all day. A lazy day was in order, but not without it's hurdles to overcome. We first made a mountain out of a molehill in attempting to pay for our rental van. Then Max, ...

      A 30min hospital visit + some snorkelling

      A travel blog entry by barnicko on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... along the coast, where we asked permission of the local village (who technically own the land), and paid 50p each for entry. This beach was quite simply the most picture-perfect beach you could ever imagine. We spent ages just wondering around in awe, snapping as many photos as possible. The three of us dedicated the next hour to getting a coconut down from it's tree. Eventually I hit it with a rock, and we then spent even longer cracking ...

      Day 2 20/5 Mon – Tusitala (Story teller)

      A travel blog entry by wwpjstevenson on May 19, 2014

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      By 3pm we made the entranceway to Vailima, the original home built by Robert Louis Stevenson where he spent the last 5 years of his short life from about 1890. It is a very grand villa with massive balconies and a two story view over Apia bay several kilometres away, built as part of a large plantation he owned or leased.

      Apparently he had bad health (asthma ?) since a youngster in ...

      Doing the pools on Saturday

      A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 15, 2014

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      ... ends and when there's a wicket cue singing and dancing. It was great fun! Back at the hotel we crashed out and stayed indoors as the expected shower lasted longer than we thought. We ate in Paddles, an upmarket restaurant with excellent food. A cruise ship had docked earlier that day and the place was teaming with Aussies of a certain age - and a few youngsters. On the way back we were accosted by a couple of prostitutes, very keen on doing business. That doesn't happen in ...