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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Upolu
... 10 hours with a maintenance stop inTahiti. We will jump the international date line and spring forward 19 hours. This should start messing with our sleep cycles! Back on board our plane. First lecture, The Power of Maps, by Jan. As we "jumped" the international date line, we all cheered, kissed and the pilot did a wing "wave" to celebrate. Then the crew distributed personalized "diploma certificates" for crossing ...
... must have been due in part to his greater command of English than his cohorts, was constantly interrupted whenever he tried to introduce the next dance with a little explanation. Evidently, these explanations were not sufficient for Craig who required more specific information and introduced every one of his increasingly rude and patronising interruptions with: "Now, back in Hawaii..." It was as if Craig was trying to educate the Samoans on how to properly conduct what was ...
... was only a brief one (how long can you enjoy the view of a waterfall in the middle distance) but was made memorable by another failed attempt to capture the moment that was hilarious both in its ineptitude and in the resulting photographs. Already reeling from several failures, we finally felt we had the camera at the correct angle to photograph both of us to the side of the waterfall. What we did not realise was that someone (Helen) had accidentally placed the camera on ...
... to landing at a Ryanair destination given how far out of Apia the airport actually was). I spent almost the entire journey in ignorance of whether or not Samoa possessed any speed limits, given the lack of any signage - until we reached town that was, when you suddenly couldn't drive 200 metres without seeing a speed limit sign! Neither of us were particularly shocked when we got lost on our way to the motel we had picked out on the internet as we only knew its name, not ...
... always nearby to make sure that as soon as you finish your plate is cleared, you are often asked by them if everything is alright, do you need anything, or they will just want to have a friendly chat. It is so pleasant to have everyone smiling and happy. We have learnt the names of most of the staff here. One guy, called Sailosi, he walks 1.5 hours to get to work on a Sunday, as the buses don’t travel then, he leaves home at 5.30am to get to work, he told us this ...