The family, the banyan trees, the best food eaten in Samoa, fresh from the plantation and the sea, the reef and the willingness to answer all those questions as two 60 year old's make sense of what they are seeing around them as they travel around. Found the variety of fish amazing when snorkelling. The young girls who do chores around their scholastic demands always willing to chat and explain. Grandma runs a tight ship so the place is immaculate.The family are really the treasures of this place.
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included