Seabreeze Resort

Address: Paradise Cove, Upolu, 1234, Samoa Western | Resort
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This resort, located on Paradise Cove, Upolu, is near To Sua Ocean Trench, Papaseea Sliding Rock, Lalomanu Beach, and Papapapaitai Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Upolu

    Manono Island

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Aug 27, 2015

    37 photos

    ... himself, in a language I cannot understand (that could be any language other than English). I'm certain this guy is not all there. The school girl sitting in front of me asks if I'm alright, as my face is most likely saying, "I'm about to jump out of the bus window". The crazy guy gives me an elbow nudge, urging me to go with him to his village, pointing outside, indicating this is his village. NFW! Complete and utter relief that he's finally off the bus. The school ...

    Hump day hiking

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Aug 26, 2015

    27 photos

    ... right place! I got out of the car, swapped my thongs for hiking shoes, and started walking.

    The track starts next to a grassy, overgrown, cow paddock and leads into a lush, tree fern strewn forest. The rich red clay is slippery underfoot and quickly cakes my hiking shoes. Humidity is high and the rain drizzle, constant, and welcome.

    I'd gone from sunshine down in Apia, to doom n gloom with a heavy layer of cloud up in these hills. The weather ...

    Talofa Tuesday

    A travel blog entry by ckingnfinding on Aug 25, 2015

    37 photos

    ... A self generated "wrong way, turn back" sign pops up. U-turn and I've hit a road block. Two wheel barrows, filled with coconuts and two boys. Great. One boy comes to my window, madly hacks a coconut with his machete and hands it to me. Coconut water. Machetes in Samoa are what iPads are to young Australians. Every kid needs and wants one. Problem: My vehicle doesn't have drink holders to accommodate a full sized coconut. The boy demands $10 tala. I give him $5 ...


    A travel blog entry by andrewbabbage on Jul 31, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    ... thumbnail.large.1.1438316 079.turtle-farm.jpg" alt="Turtle farm"><img class="yui-img" src=" andrewbabbage/thumbnail.large.1.1438316 079.savaii-playground.jpg" alt="Savaii Playground"> I got offered to go night fishing with four other people in one outrigger. There were three torches between the four of us. It was about 500m to get out past the break in the pitch black. I wasn't too keen to head out there with no light of my own. I had a ...

    Samoa, wow.

    A travel blog entry by 0wley on Feb 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... REAL Samoan travel, the 'off the beaten track’ I crave so much, and guess what, it cost ONE DOLLAR, one single dollar! The trip took about an hour and 15 minutes and wow, what an incredible way to see such a beautiful island. Every turn was paved with beautiful palm trees, long white sand beaches and beautiful local houses in bright colours, it’s one of those moments where you sit and realize that you’re truly immersed in a unique culture so unfamiliar to us in ...