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There is so much I could write about Samoa as every day I found out something more about the tiny nation and its strange goings on but I shall try and keep my experiences of my three weeks here to a minimum. I arrived in Samoa exhausted and faint from jet lag, a high fever and persistent dry cough. On the plane I sat next to a young Argentine couple (would you believe it. ) who asked if I wanted to share a taxi with them into Apia, which was great. The huge Samoan taxi driver 'Neal' was a bit of a knob and tried charging us as if we were in two separate taxis as I was going 5 minutes further up the road - welcome to Samoa. Myself and the Argentines argued the logic in this and ended up paying $80 tala rather than $120. I was then dropped off at my hotel and checked in where it soon became apparent that you have to pay for EVERYTHING in Samoa. My heart began to sink as my travelling funds were not as healthy as they once were and I was hoping for an inexpensive time in Samoa. I got shown to my Fale which is a traditional Samoan house. I wish someone had told me that's what it was as I thought it was a tsunami alert and I started to panic until I heard snoring from the Fale next to mine and reasoned that maybe no one else was worried about it. Shortly after this we had a deluge... I slept most of my first few days in Samoa venturing out only to the local shop. I got kind of adopted by the hotel night shift security guard who came and sat outside my Fale talking to me, giving me Panadol and buying cranberry juice when I was laid up in bed as sick as a dog. He told me he came from Wellington, NZ, played rugby for a team in Wellington and was single. although he spoke little English and couldn't get off the phone fast enough when a woman called him on it when he was with me. rightly or wrongly I was starting to get a mistrust for Samoan men which was unfortunate as I was here for three weeks. I moved to a proper room after two nights in the Fale, as I was so feverish and constantly drenched in sweat, which happened to be good timing as there was a tropical cyclone heading straight for Samoa and due to make landfall on my fourth night... I spoke to reception to see if I needed to do anything to prepare for it and was told to make sure I had plenty of water. The last big cyclone that hit Samoa was apparently in 2013 and electricity in Apia was out for a week after and buildings were destroyed hence preparations were being made. I went to the local shop and stockpiled water and pot noodles buying the Samoan weekend newspaper to read as it had the headline 'Cyclone Intensifies'. As I left the store the storekeeper wished me a happy cyclone day. That evening around 10pm the wind picked up and then there was torrential rain for a few hours, high winds and thunder and lightening. you wouldn't have wanted to have been caught out in the storm but it wasn't as scary as I thought it was going to be. apparently the eye of the storm missed Samoa so we were very lucky. Samoans know as soon as they hear thunder and lightening the cyclone itself has passed. Cyclones are not that common at the end of the cyclone season which was now, April, but this being an El Niño year the temperatures in the Pacific are still high creating this late cyclone. Cyclone Amos - I turned on the TV in my room the next day and the Samoan equivalent to Songs of Praise was on and the Priest was praising the Lord for the Cyclone missing us and everyone being saved. One of my reasons for wanting to go to Samoa or indeed the South Pacific was my ever growing bucket list. I have always wanted to try game fishing and Samoa is up there in the world ranks for its fishing, however, I soon identified a problem with achieving this dream as I went into the Tourist Information centre, where the four Samoans who 'work'... and found myself the prices of boat charters which were all around $1400 tala or £300 for a half day. There was no way I could afford one and so resigned myself to putting game fishing back on my list for another time. The next day I walked around Apia.
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