Tag Archives: Samoa Travel Blog

Beaches, trenches and being pirates

You know when you go on a trip and you swear to yourself you will remember every single detail? Every restaurant, every lane way, every local you smiled at? You will have a diary-esque memory of what you did every … Continue reading

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Flying solo on Manono

The first time I found myself flying solo overseas was in Barcelona. That first afternoon I found myself overwhelmed and lonely, but by that night I found that travelling solo was pretty much the best thing ever. Since then I’ve … Continue reading

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Around Apia

My sister Sarah and her partner Nick live in a breezy suburb in the hills in Apia, Samoa. From their balcony you can see all the way to the harbour, which actually is quite close. Their garden is full of … Continue reading

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Car trouble and the Crater Man

I am now back home and blogging retrospectively about my holiday, whilst sick. What can I say? I’m a sucker for pain. On our second and last full day in Savai’i, Samoa, we woke up and hit the beach immediately. … Continue reading

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Savai’i

The ferry arrived in Savai’i and we drove along the coast to a village called Manase. Naturally I took about 500 photos of palm trees as we drove along the coast. We drove through countless villages, saw many churches, adorable … Continue reading

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