Sinalei Reef Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Sinalei Reef Resort Apia
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... like how high the waterfall was! As it was 40 minutes to the beach resorts we decided to go back to town where Sulu dropped us with the intention of finding wifi and walking back to the ship. We found an Internet cafe with no wifi, a MacDonalds with no wifi, a tourist office with no wifi but they thought the hotels two blocks back and it, so we gave up and got a taxi back to the ship and some aircon! At the dockside was a little market ...
... delayed. It was such a relief to find out that this delay was actually to the only other flight leaving for New Zealand that night. Clearly, however, all was not what it seemed with our flight and I certainly got the sense that we weren't being entitled to all the information as we eventually boarded the plane so late that we were in danger of missing our curfew at Auckland. Indeed, this concern became more and more of a likely reality as we sat on the tarmac for a further ...
... were served in oversized 3/4litre bottles and which took an age to drink given the quantity and their sad lack of quality. From Helen's perspective, the particularly unappetising taste was offset by her excitement at watching the game of beach rugby that was underway by the bar, involving a group of young, mostly ripped, local males. Given the skill sets and the ferocity of the hits, not to mention the required energy levels on show, this was not a game I had any interest ...
... still only marginal water on the bottom of the big slide. The "baby" slide was only a few meters high and had a meter high pool at the base. This would have to do. We still had a blast.
Cleaned up we headed back to the marina where the Fiafia show was held. Before we went to the show, we ate some taro chip nachos and had another jug at the Edge Bar. The event was reasonably priced at $20 Tala per person or $65 with dinner. The show brought us dances ...
... flowery hair accessories, tacky jewellery, shells - you get the idea. Dais really wanted a sarong so we headed outside where a group of about 5 or 6 men were pulling out all different colours trying to throw them at her to buy. We must have gone through about 50 different ones before she decided the one she wanted. The guy who we brought off had a made day while the others all retorted to refolding their textiles. So we had travelled from our resort in the south west, up to the ...