Tag Archives: Samoa

My top 8 blue water travel destinations

Some people love mountains, others a quaint countryside. Some are fascinated by volcanoes or find ultimate paradise in the mist of a thundering waterfall. Me? I love blue water.Β Especially the kind you can snorkel in. Here are my top 8 … Continue reading

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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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Arriving in Samoa

Greetings! Just a couple of quick snaps. I arrived in Samoa on Saturday night. My sister picked me up and we headed back to a resort belonging to a friend of her’s and my brother in law’s (grammar?!). There was … Continue reading

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South Pacific corporate power dressing

My sister and brother-in-law have moved to Samoa. My sister has quickly become the foremost authority on South Pacific corporate power dressing (I know this because I’ve seen photos of others trying to nail it and nail it they don’t) … Continue reading

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