Liku'Alofa Beach Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We sailed into Tonga early this morning, to clear skies and calm seas. My kind of day! Supposedly, Tonga is the first place in the world to see the sun rise, but it wasn't very pretty at all, it was overcast. We had an early morning tour scheduled, so as soon as the ship was docked we were off the ship and ready to see the sights. We were again …
Beautiful sunset cruise on the 'tourist ferry' back to Tongatapu, arriving at Nuku’alofa port on a lovely still evening, however, then presented with the challenge of a totally disorganised scrabble for our luggage amongst crates of pigs, chickens and palm leaves! By now it was dark which didn’t help, we eventually found our cases at …
... and transit arrangements in Fiji. This achieved, we felt the only appropriate way to spend the rest of our morning would be in as much a state of repose as the island would allow - clearly a choice of lifestyle that is very well catered for out here! So we set off for one of the few public sand beaches, Keleti, which turned out to be a tiny, yet charming, slither of sand surrounded by coral that allowed for a mere dip in the ocean, rather than any potential ventures into ...
... little way from the shore which, when the waves heighten and hit the reef at speed, make for an awe inspiring vista of exploding water. There is one point, however, where the waves are allowed to hit the reef at full velocity in far closer proximity to the shore, causing what look like almighty eruptions (similar to Geysers' but far more frequent) every few seconds. It was truly a remarkable sight to see these collisions taking place all along the coastline as far as the eye could ...
... the house seemed to act as speakers, making the singing louder. Also, once the mariachi serenade ended, the neighborhood dogs joined in for 5 minutes and after the dogs finished, the roosters started crowing. This went on for another 2 and a half hours. Every once in a while, Solomona would join in with a snoring solo, and one of the neighbors would chime in from time to time. I finally got to sleep at about 5 a.m.and soon after I had to get up at 7a.m.