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... of my questions about Samoa. Like, who owns the boats mored in the Marina? And, who is Mr Lava Lava? Apparently, none of the boats mored in Apia harbour are owned by Samoans. The biggest boat, belongs to an American from Utah. Sita tells me "Mr Lava Lava" is a secondhand clothes stores. Still, Shaggy is playing in my mind. Sita is from the village of Saleaula, near the lava fields, on the big island of Savai'i (where I'll be visiting in a few days). I told her of ...
... is no longer waterproof apparently. Maybe the seal has corroded. Tested my transmission system for my drone system that I setup at home and found out the range is pathetic. 100 MW is not enough for my system. So it’s back to manual sight flying! Somehow I snapped my selfie stick for a second time as well, ******* #duct tape. DAY 5 Woke up ate mango and bread. Walked into the bush and got disoriented... I got lost amongst a pig farm. Followed the sound of the ...
... we had planned -NOT! We arrived back at Coconuts just in time for dinner! Nana has booked us into the resturnant next door - Scanlinies, it was beautiful - she was grateful she didn't have to call out a search party!!! It was here we started what would be our dinner tradition of a very intense card game "fishy fishy" Dinner was full of amazing laughs as we re-told the adventures of the day! Was a fab way to end our first ...
... Ita grew up. We stopped to see her mother's grave. She was very disappointed that the land had not been wll maintained since her last visit and was very overgrown.
Continuing on we stopped at the Puila Cave pool which is a fresh water pool alongside the ocean. It was very cool, deep and clear and there were rock cod swimming in it. We also drove to see a waterfall but even though ...
... to church. We were invited to go to the church down the road - about 7 minutes walk. We were also told that on Sunday we are given lunch - the only day - and it is a special Samoan imu meal. We could walk up the hill to see the imu. We could go to the trench or a waterfall - the only thing open today - or was it closed? - I couldn't tell really.
The water looked inviting so I wanted to swim. I still hadn't ...