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For more great information, photos and video about Samoa, see PleaseTakeMeTo's Samoa Travel Guide - http://www.pleasetakemeto.com/samoa Faga beach is on the east coast of the island of Savaii about 6 kilometres north of Lalomalava. It can be accesses by the Puapua bus from Salelologa wharf. There are several beach side fales of quite a high standard along this beautiful beach which boasts some of the best water colour on the island and some great snorkelling and swimming in the large lagoon area. Ten minutes walk south of the resort you'll find a post office and a good grocery store, not to mention Parenzo's Restaurant where you can sample some very good Italian/Samoan food on the upper balcony.
some old photos of samoa people and the island.as for the song i dont know the artist but its a really nice song.samoa mo samoa
For more great information, photos and video about Samoa, see PleaseTakeMeTo's Samoa Travel Guide - http://www.pleasetakemeto.com/samoa Samoa is a collection of ten idyllic tropical islands situated in the South Pacific. It is easily accessible by plane from either Australia or New Zealand. Once you land in Samoa visitors will be transported to another world where the weather is warm and tropical all year round and the locals have a very friendly, relaxed style of life, far removed from the hectic bustle of modern Cities. Upulu and Savaii are the two major islands in the group where the majority of Samoas standout attractions can be found. These are typified by stunning jungle mountain ranges, plunging waterfalls, ancient volcanoes and sweeping beaches bordered by coral reefs and ...
Photos captured by Benjamin Tapealava (ILENS Photography) from travels across Tonga, Fiji, Samoa, Cook Islands in 2016. Music by Andrew Faleatua. Footage used for the opening scene of the Tala Matavai Production in October 2016 by Matavai Pacific Cultural Arts.
Some photos from 2013-2014
more at http://travel.quickfound.net/ "Focus on Women of native cultures of Tahiti, New Zealand, Fiji, Samoan Islands, Papua and Kalabahai." NEW VERSION with improved video & sound:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IHc0yxw9V0 Public domain film from the Library of Congress Prelinger Archive, slightly cropped to remove uneven edges, with the aspect ratio corrected, and mild video noise reduction applied. The soundtrack was also processed with volume normalization, noise reduction, clipping reduction, and/or equalization (the resulting sound, though not perfect, is far less noisy than the original). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tahiti Tahiti is the largest island in the Windward group of French Polynesia, located in the archipelago of the So...
Video of a searobin using modified fins to move across the seafloor during a dive within the Ta'u Unit of National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa. It’s a fish out for a stroll! Armored sea robins are related to the sea robins found in shallow water along the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico coasts of the U.S. They differ from shallow water sea robins by having four rows of bony plates along the body. Each plate has a thick, curved, short spine—hence the common name. They also have horn-like projections on each side of the snout and branched barbels (whiskers) on the bottom of head in front of the mouth. The branched barbels have taste buds and are used to sense food on the bottom. The fan-like fins on each side of the body behind the head (pectoral fins) have stiffened rays. In sea ...
If you cruise east to west from French Polynesia to New Zealand or Australia, there's a good chance you'll stop at Pago Pago. Flying Foxes, nice snorkelling and a different ambience to French Polynesia, this video gives you an idea of what to expect. Stills in RAW and JPG format are available for lease. Get in touch if you're interested. Photos taken March 2015
Some photos from 2013-2014