Sails Lodge & Restaurant

Address: Vuna Rd, Nuku'alofa, Tongatapu, Tonga | Villa
 
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This villa, located on Vuna Rd, Nuku'alofa, is near Ha'atafu Beach, Ambo Island, Tuvalu Philatelic Bureau, and Tuvalu National Library.
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      Travel Blogs from Nuku'alofa

      Eua National Park self-guided hike

      A travel blog entry by jenandjeff on Sep 15, 2011

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      ... just wished us well.

      When we arrived back at Hideaway, we had a nice dinner and watched a beautiful sunset. Then, we spent hours talking with the Tongan owner, Taki, who was extremely open with his candid answers. We learned that Tongans are all given land that they can live off of very easily. So, this creates an environment where Tongans are happy to subsist off the land and not supplement their incomes within ...

      Bike Ride to Keleti

      A travel blog entry by benandbj on Aug 28, 2011

      24 photos

      For something different, this particular Sunday a group of us rode to one of the local beaches on the Island - Keleti Beach. We weren't sure how Cooper would go, as it's a 9km trip over pot holed roads. Hunter and I drove behind in the car in case we needed to collect him half way there, but not only did ...

      Lazy, laid-back lifestyle in Tonga

      A travel blog entry by garyandjenny on May 12, 2011

      17 photos

      ... who live there are more privileged and can report directly to the king if they wish. Most villagers spend the day working in their garden where they grow sweet potatoes, taro and fruit. They have plenty of food from their own land as well as receiving regular aid from other countries and from family members who has moved abroad to work. All first-born sons get a piece of land in the village to build a house on and a piece of land to grow food on. Sounds great ...

      Tonga

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 26, 2011

      8 photos

      ... well you weren't using it, it wasn't on your back, so you don't need it. Same thing with money. If you haven't spend it, its OK for them to take it from you. So we start out going on an island tour and the first few hours and got introduced to a few plants, animals and vegetables that grew around. We saw the only threaded headed coconut tree in the world. All coconut trees have one branch and thats it. So we went to a beach that had pretty warm ...