Liku'Alofa Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
We are totally chilled out now having spent the last 3 days reading, swimming, snorkelling, eating and drinking....can't be bad! The food here is superb, all local a d delicious. We've been thoroughly spoilt by the wonderful staff here too with drinks and refreshments being delivered to us wherever we are sitting!
This morning we took the …
We enjoy our Air NZ flight which only takes 3 hours and the hotel shuttle picks us up from the airport.
We we arrive at the hotel and heck into our fab seafront facing chalet.........the view is spectacular! Glorious gardens and then the sea lagoon and the waves crashing on the reef beyond.
The welcome was really wonderful too, …
... totally off the land eating their root crops, local wild fruit and fishing off the coast with a bamboo stick and line.He said they were a really happy looking couple and it was a shame we didn’thave the opportunity to meet them. It was a really remote isolated spot and Piea said they often called in when they were passing to see if they needed anything. Our admiration for the couple was slightly dented when Piea added as we ...
... we brought food from the local shop and cooked for ourselves (which also helped with the budget). The local people are all very overweight and during our visit to the 'supermarket' we discovered why. The only food you can purchase is pocketed or frozen. There is no fresh meat or veg. Most items are shipped over from New Zealand but the locals to sell in their small hut shops. This makes the food pricey and a beaten up box of Weetabix (with powdered milk) cost us a ...