Liku'Alofa Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ...
... to dry Helen's underwear so that it didn't leave wet marks on her dress over the top, as we now had to head straight out for our evening's entertainment. It turned out that John and Murray, unbeknown to us, were staying near by and so would head home for a shower and change before joining us later! So as we drove to the beachside restaurant for what would be our evening, Helen was forced to hold her bra out of the window while allowing her underwear to dry over the heater in the ...
... friendly. As Elenka and I walked the streets of the small Tongan town we began to feel exhausted from all the smiling and hellos. At one point, three tall guys dressed as women shouted greetings from across the street. Then it happened again. When we got to our destination, the local dive shop, we asked the Dutch Divemaster about the openness. She told us that homosexuality is heavily frowned upon in Tonga. But that gay men can ...