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- Continental Breakfast
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... about our experience with the man in the massage room. He went serious all of a sudden and said that that was not OK and that we should probably complain. He also said he was going to find the man in question and beat him up. Oh we were cackling at dinner. Then Dais went and spoke to the manager and explained the situation he had a look on his face like "oh sh*t" he said he'd tweak our bill which is good because its already going to be huge. Plus we ...
... Obviously I've chosen the latter but don't expect this sort of thing everyday...the deserts are far too tempting! Anyway I should probably get back in the air conditioning as I'm being eaten alive despite all the incense burning and being covered in an 80%25 deet gel. I've also burned my eye lids of all places to burn so it looks like I'm sporting some beetroot coloured eye shadow - just the look I was going for actually. Wish you were here, it's such a happy place. Ero Tergum ...
... school finished in the afternoon and then I went to the beach for a while before going back to the hotel. I then began to pack ready for Sunday when I go home.
I then had dinner at the Ugly Mermaid Bar and went to bed early ready to be up early in the morning.
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... to visit the famous Savai'i blowholes. Our timing was perfect, with some enormous waves pounding the coastline, and for £2.50, a man would throw coconuts in to the hole and they'd fly a good 30m into the air. The more adventurous bunch found ourselves right by the blowhole, being soaked in a similar way to Tidal Wave at Thorpe Park. I hopefully managed to get some great close ups with ...
... the pier at the end of the round trip walk. We did rest at Sam’s own family house and passed by the primary school he attended. Fishing, mat making, growing taro or pineapple seems to be the pastime and income for most.
We gratefully clambered back onboard for the return trip with a fresh sea breeze to cool off – whew! and the crew dropped us back safely at our wharf. Pat swam and I took a snooze to be ready for FeiFei night at 7pm.