Savaii Escape

Savaii Escape

Your 10 day combination beach holiday and cycle tour

Experience the traditional culture of Samoa while riding between coral sand beaches. Nearly every night is beside the lagoon with good swimming and snorkelling.

Description Cycling Beaches Comfort Adventure Culture
A 10 day tour with 200 kms of cycling Fales
Motels
Description
A 10 day tour with 200 kms of cycling
Cycling
Beaches
Comfort
Fales
Motels
Adventure
Culture

Highlights include:

  • Snorkelling in coral gardens
  • Stunning sunsets on coral sand beaches
  • Safe swimming every day on idyllic beaches
  • Lava caves
  • Blowholes
  • Lava fields

While the trip is designed as a cycle tour, it is also suitable for non-riders who can travel in the support van. This works very well for family groups with children; the youngest rider to complete this trip, to date, was 8 years old.

Cyclists should be comfortable cycling 40kms in a day with some hills. This trip can be coordinated with Friday evening flights from Auckland or Sydney and return flights the following Sunday to almost fit into five days leave.

Accommodation is a mix of fales and motels.  See FAQs for Cyclists for more details.

The standard Savaii Escape runs from Friday night/Saturday morning to the following Sunday afternoon.  The Savaii Escape plus is a day longer and runs from Wednesday to the Saturday 11 days later.

Alternatives

  • For a slightly shorter break - check the Quick Break.
  • If you have more time - the Wednesday start is a day longer for a more relaxed pace. Or check the Extensions tab below.
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Relax and unwind in Samoa!


Day 1 Arrival

Most likely you will arrive on an afternoon flight from Auckland - See Flights for more details.  We will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel (one of Le Vasa, St Terese, Amanaki or Tanoa Tusitala).

Day 2 - Introduction to Savaii

After getting your bike fitted, ride the 3kms to the ferry terminal. The crossing takes a little over an hour and then it is a 19km ride to Lano. The road meanders beside the lagoon and is a delightful introduction to village life. Your arms will get tired from waving to the kids and calling out “bye-bye” as you pass. Along the way there are several good swimming spots on beaches and in fresh water pools.

Take the optional plantation tour to understand a bit more about village life. Learn how to tend the Taro and make a basket and watch coconut palm climbing.

Lano is sandy beach beside the lagoon. It's the perfect place to practise your snorkelling, or just laze in the warm water for an hour or two. Lano sometimes has a Siva show and umu feast.  Dependent on numbers staying and availability of the dance team.

Day 3 Ride to Manase

Look forward to a 32km ride on mostly flat roads. The middle section of the ride is through a jungle corridor before winding over the lava fields. There is time to inspect the LMS church with a metre of lava on the floor from the 1905 eruption. Relax at the Manase fales(some motel upgrades available), where again the water laps within a few metres of your feet.  

Extra Day (Savaii Escape Plus)

If you have a midweek start - there is an extra day in Manase.  Options include:

  • Snorkel with Dive Savaii,
  • Ride up to Matavanu Crater to meet da Crater Man and explore the cloud forest. A 500m climb and exhilarating descent on a grassy 4wd track.
  • Explore the Dwarfs Cave - A wet and challenging experience in a pool and drop cave
  • Chill on the beach, checkout the bars, have pizza at the pizzeria, snorkel etc

Day 4 Over the hill

This is the big ride day. Although it is only 40kms to Vaisala, the 400 metres of climb can get a bit warm, so start early. If you have chosen the Supported option there is no compulsion to ride the hills, just throw your bike in the van and enjoy the company of your support crew.

The ride starts with a gentle meander through seaside villages before gradually heading inland and climbing through forest to avoid the lava cliffs.There are now 3 lava tube cave tour locations along the way offering the opportunity to see the swiftlets pretending to be bats as they echo-locate to their nests as well as a chance to admire the geology of the caves.  The road climbs steadily to 200m  before heading across the lava fields in a series of undulations* and down to Asau. Swim in the freshwater pools at the bottom of the hill before riding the last 3 kms to the classic old Vaisala hotel beside one of the best snorkelling locations in the country.  

The Somerset Maugham atmosphere and great beach at Vaisala make this place a must. Enjoy a lobster dinner (it is usually on the menu and included in the price) on the balcony while being serenaded by the string band. Dance as much as you like to the band - its a rest day tomorrow. 

Day 5 Rest, fish or snorkel

The beach and snorkelling is so good here that there is really no need to do anything else. However, nearby Va-i-moana offers a great lunch and fishing trips (payable separately). Big game fishing options are available but many prefer sport fishing for Giant Trevali (GTs). Alternatively, just have a lazy day and take the pontoon boat around to Asau and Va-i-moana, stopping for a snorkel along the way.

Day 6 To the western edge of the world

This is a gentle 20km ride to Falealupo with a number of attractions along the way: climb a giant banyan tree, realise the power of cyclones at the church (ruined in 1990) and hear stories about surviving cyclones at the House of Rock. Falealupo is a beautiful isolated beach at the western edge of the world; the sunsets across the coral sands are memorable and the swimming in the small lagoon refreshing.

Day 7 South coast ride

There are numerous villages on the 40km ride around the coast to Satuiatua. The road winds along the cliff tops and beside beaches through many villages. Stop at Lovers Leap for a nui and to admire the view.

Satuiatua Resort is located right on the beach under giant banyan trees. When the tide is right (greater than half) there is wonderful snorkelling amongst dense schools of fish and we have often seen whales breaching while we were enjoying a beer on the restaurant balcony. There is an opportunity to attend a tapa making session to see mulberry bark turned into cloth and a good plantation tour is offered by the resort, but the beach usually wins out as the best spot for the afternoon.

Day 8  R&R

Enjoy a day at the beach at Satuiatua.  Snorkel, take in the cultural activities or just chill out and look for the whales.  There is some surfing available nearby, but this is for experts only as its onto the reef and subject to strong currents at the lagoon entrance.  There is no resident surf guide.

Day 9 Blowholes and waterfalls

It's the last cycling day and longer too at 55kms. Yet, the ride is mostly flat and with a lot to see on the way (there is so much to see that some groups elect to take the van for part of this day). The blowholes seem to perform in almost any sea condition and tide but can be huge in a good southerly swell. The waterfalls at Afu Aau are probably the second most visited attraction on Savaii, and for good reason. Set in a shady, leafy valley the pool beneath the falls provides a very refreshing swim for all, with opportunities for the more confident to leap from the surrounding cliffs. Depending on your flights and preferences your last night may be at Florences place (a small homestay, Lusia's Lagoon or Le Vasa Resort).  

Day 10 Departure

Wave your sad farewells to this uniquely hospitable country and prepare morning flight home (or if you are simply not ready to leave, stay a while longer).

*Undulations occasionally becomes a swear word as in  - "another of Ross's undulating climbs".  They are never very high, but they are repetitive and noticeable in the heat.

Standard Start Dates

Savaii Escape

The standard Savaii Escape starts every Friday and finishes 10 days later on the Sunday Afternoon.  This fits with Air New Zealand and Virgin Friday afternoon flights from Auckland.  It also works with Friday night flights with Virgin from Sydney.

Savaii Escape Plus

For those not counting their leave days so carefully the Savaii Escape Plus starts every Wednesday Evening and is a day longer finishing on Saturday in time to catch the Air NZ afternoon flight with same day connections to most New Zealand cities.

 

Extensions

Kayak Adventure

Include our Turtle Kayak and Nuusafee guided Kayaks over an extra two days.

This extension is added at the beginning of the trip - so arrive two days earlier.   

Extension includes: Accommodation, transfers, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, guided kayak tour

 

Manono Island

Include a trip to the very traditional island of Manono.

 

Upolu South Coast van Tour

 Explore the popular spots of Upolu on a one to two day van tour.  These include:

  • To Sua Trench
  • Giant Clams
  • Togitogiga falls
  • Lalomanu Beach

Pricing

The trip is available as either a Supported Tour or with a Bag Carry only service.

Supported bike ride.

Includes:

  • Support vehicle traveling at your pace
  • Services of driver as local guide on cycling legs
  • Participants can travel in van at any time for as much of the journey as they want
  • Includes bag carry service

Bag carry service:

Your bags are collected each morning and dropped at your scheduled destination

Payment method

Trips can be invoiced in NZ$ or AUS$. 

Visa and Mastercard are accepted but subject to a merchant cost surcharge of 4%.

Price includes:

  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • Accommodation on all 9 nights
  • 8 or 9 breakfasts (all breakfasts except last morning if flying before 8am),
  • 7 or 8 Dinners (excludes day 1 and 10 dinner and day 9 unless at Florences)
  • Bike hire
  • Savaii and Upolu transport while cycling (as per supported/bag carry only options)

Price excludes:

  • Ferry costs (22 tala pp inc bike)
  • Airfares
  • Additional recommended Tours (eg Dive Savaii 65 Tala)
  • Customary fees

Price Total

Because these trips are always customised to some extent to match flights, hotel availability and support levels the following should be taken as a guide:

 Savaii Escape - 10 Day  Fri-Sunday 2 People 4 People 8 People
   Bag Carry Service NZD 1,360 pp NZD 1,160 pp Call
   Fully Supported NZD 1,580 pp NZD 1,250 pp Call
Savaii Escape  Plus- 11 Day  Wed-Saturday Additional $60 Additional $60  

 

 

Excellent holiday for family and friends. (9 all together)

"Thankyou for a wonderful holiday in Samoa. The mix of accommodation styles and rest days suited everybody very well. It is impossible to choose a favourite part of the trip as there are so many wonderful places. The snorkeling at Vaisala was excellent, the boys even managed a couple of night snorkels. Warren took us to the crater and explained the formation of the islands and volcanos. He also let us know that the hills at the western end of the island were tougher than most of us were expecting. Everybody completed the ride around Savaii, but only 5 of us attempted the hill on Upolo. Shane made it all the way up".

Stephanie & Warren Gynther and family and friends.

Visited February 2014
Full review on trip advisor.

Bike Samoa

"A great trip for people who like to combine exercise with a beach experience! Frances and Ross organised an excellent itinerary with a good mix of accommodation from fales on the beach to more upmarket resorts. Bikes were in very good condition and the backup service run by Peter and his crew meant anyone who didnt want to bike the hills had another option! Definitely recommended for a biking adventure close to home on a beautiful island".

Visited June 2013

Full review on Trip Advisor

Party of 6

"Our party of 6 thoroughly enjoyed our time in Samoa and and we would like to thank you both for doing all the groundwork.We were all first-timers to Samoa and I think all pleasantly surprised at the friendliness of the people, their laid-back attitude and the tidy, well-kept villages.
I must say we were very grateful for the support van. Only 2 of the party, Nick and Ingrid did not make use of the van and Ingrid, a NZ age group champion cyclist, actually rode all the way. What we found challenging was the heat and the route was overall more hilly than we had thought it might be, although you did warn us in your excellent handbook. The van was restricted to carrying a maximum of 3 bikes (at a pinch) and fortunately we had one or two of Peter and Sarah's sons on occasions to ride one of the bikes, so we coped.
Accommodation on the whole was very good with the best fale resorts being Manase and Satuiatua, while Vaisala with its ensuites was a real bonus! And Amanaki Hotel was a great place to finish, their meals were excellent value.
Two comments: You may envisage at some stage getting a trailer to carry bikes for a fully supporting vehicle. Sarah is a big woman and getting 3 bikes on board plus Sarah plus bodies was nigh impossible!!
A warning to clients with medical conditions. I think it imperative that they should take a fully supported tour. Quite frankly, with my cardiac arrhythmia and age (76), I wouldn't have made it without the support van.

Otherwise, it was a wonderful experience and we are very grateful to you both for giving us the opportunity. Thank you very much.
Kind regards"

Jim Hudson, September 2012

Logistics

"Hi Ross
Thanks so much for organising the logistics and bikes during our recent trip to Savaii.
I was lucky to get some great riding in whilst there but did make one of my trips twice because it was just so enjoyable and challenging.
Based at La Legato resort I headed up to the crater rim on the bike one afternoon and have to say the mix of heat and vertical rise ensured this would be an excellent workout for even a very fit cyclist.
The 5 km road start is perfect for clearing the cobwebs and then it is a good hard climb up to where the crater man lives. This trail is rough and does require some skill in places (Or you can push over the worst parts if needs be).
Once at the top you can pay your money and walk the last 250m to the crater proper (That’s one big hole!) or rest on the grass and chat with crater man, who happens to be a real nice guy who is not just focussed on taking your money.
The return run can be awesomely wild or relaxingly mild depending on how often you pull in the brake lever and you could expect to be back at the bar in a couple of hours round trip for a regular mountain biker
I returned early one morning and not only enjoyed the temperature much more but also managed to get up close to the traditional Samoan way of harvesting the breakfast fresh each day. Had some lovely conversations with the locals who were out in force walking up the hill to get their breakfast and were generally concerned for my mental wellbeing in wanting to ride up there!
This ride was the highlight of the whole Samoa trip
Thanks again for everything!"

Tristan Leov, September 2012

 

Day 1 Arrival

Most likely you will arrive on an afternoon flight from Auckland - See Flights for more details.  We will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel (one of Le Vasa, St Terese, Amanaki or Tanoa Tusitala).

Day 2 - Introduction to Savaii

After getting your bike fitted, ride the 3kms to the ferry terminal. The crossing takes a little over an hour and then it is a 19km ride to Lano. The road meanders beside the lagoon and is a delightful introduction to village life. Your arms will get tired from waving to the kids and calling out “bye-bye” as you pass. Along the way there are several good swimming spots on beaches and in fresh water pools.

Take the optional plantation tour to understand a bit more about village life. Learn how to tend the Taro and make a basket and watch coconut palm climbing.

Lano is sandy beach beside the lagoon. It's the perfect place to practise your snorkelling, or just laze in the warm water for an hour or two. Lano sometimes has a Siva show and umu feast.  Dependent on numbers staying and availability of the dance team.

Day 3 Ride to Manase

Look forward to a 32km ride on mostly flat roads. The middle section of the ride is through a jungle corridor before winding over the lava fields. There is time to inspect the LMS church with a metre of lava on the floor from the 1905 eruption. Relax at the Manase fales(some motel upgrades available), where again the water laps within a few metres of your feet.  

Extra Day (Savaii Escape Plus)

If you have a midweek start - there is an extra day in Manase.  Options include:

  • Snorkel with Dive Savaii,
  • Ride up to Matavanu Crater to meet da Crater Man and explore the cloud forest. A 500m climb and exhilarating descent on a grassy 4wd track.
  • Explore the Dwarfs Cave - A wet and challenging experience in a pool and drop cave
  • Chill on the beach, checkout the bars, have pizza at the pizzeria, snorkel etc

Day 4 Over the hill

This is the big ride day. Although it is only 40kms to Vaisala, the 400 metres of climb can get a bit warm, so start early. If you have chosen the Supported option there is no compulsion to ride the hills, just throw your bike in the van and enjoy the company of your support crew.

The ride starts with a gentle meander through seaside villages before gradually heading inland and climbing through forest to avoid the lava cliffs.There are now 3 lava tube cave tour locations along the way offering the opportunity to see the swiftlets pretending to be bats as they echo-locate to their nests as well as a chance to admire the geology of the caves.  The road climbs steadily to 200m  before heading across the lava fields in a series of undulations* and down to Asau. Swim in the freshwater pools at the bottom of the hill before riding the last 3 kms to the classic old Vaisala hotel beside one of the best snorkelling locations in the country.  

The Somerset Maugham atmosphere and great beach at Vaisala make this place a must. Enjoy a lobster dinner (it is usually on the menu and included in the price) on the balcony while being serenaded by the string band. Dance as much as you like to the band - its a rest day tomorrow. 

Day 5 Rest, fish or snorkel

The beach and snorkelling is so good here that there is really no need to do anything else. However, nearby Va-i-moana offers a great lunch and fishing trips (payable separately). Big game fishing options are available but many prefer sport fishing for Giant Trevali (GTs). Alternatively, just have a lazy day and take the pontoon boat around to Asau and Va-i-moana, stopping for a snorkel along the way.

Day 6 To the western edge of the world

This is a gentle 20km ride to Falealupo with a number of attractions along the way: climb a giant banyan tree, realise the power of cyclones at the church (ruined in 1990) and hear stories about surviving cyclones at the House of Rock. Falealupo is a beautiful isolated beach at the western edge of the world; the sunsets across the coral sands are memorable and the swimming in the small lagoon refreshing.

Day 7 South coast ride

There are numerous villages on the 40km ride around the coast to Satuiatua. The road winds along the cliff tops and beside beaches through many villages. Stop at Lovers Leap for a nui and to admire the view.

Satuiatua Resort is located right on the beach under giant banyan trees. When the tide is right (greater than half) there is wonderful snorkelling amongst dense schools of fish and we have often seen whales breaching while we were enjoying a beer on the restaurant balcony. There is an opportunity to attend a tapa making session to see mulberry bark turned into cloth and a good plantation tour is offered by the resort, but the beach usually wins out as the best spot for the afternoon.

Day 8  R&R

Enjoy a day at the beach at Satuiatua.  Snorkel, take in the cultural activities or just chill out and look for the whales.  There is some surfing available nearby, but this is for experts only as its onto the reef and subject to strong currents at the lagoon entrance.  There is no resident surf guide.

Day 9 Blowholes and waterfalls

It's the last cycling day and longer too at 55kms. Yet, the ride is mostly flat and with a lot to see on the way (there is so much to see that some groups elect to take the van for part of this day). The blowholes seem to perform in almost any sea condition and tide but can be huge in a good southerly swell. The waterfalls at Afu Aau are probably the second most visited attraction on Savaii, and for good reason. Set in a shady, leafy valley the pool beneath the falls provides a very refreshing swim for all, with opportunities for the more confident to leap from the surrounding cliffs. Depending on your flights and preferences your last night may be at Florences place (a small homestay, Lusia's Lagoon or Le Vasa Resort).  

Day 10 Departure

Wave your sad farewells to this uniquely hospitable country and prepare morning flight home (or if you are simply not ready to leave, stay a while longer).

*Undulations occasionally becomes a swear word as in  - "another of Ross's undulating climbs".  They are never very high, but they are repetitive and noticeable in the heat.

Standard Start Dates

Savaii Escape

The standard Savaii Escape starts every Friday and finishes 10 days later on the Sunday Afternoon.  This fits with Air New Zealand and Virgin Friday afternoon flights from Auckland.  It also works with Friday night flights with Virgin from Sydney.

Savaii Escape Plus

For those not counting their leave days so carefully the Savaii Escape Plus starts every Wednesday Evening and is a day longer finishing on Saturday in time to catch the Air NZ afternoon flight with same day connections to most New Zealand cities.

 

Extensions

Kayak Adventure

Include our Turtle Kayak and Nuusafee guided Kayaks over an extra two days.

This extension is added at the beginning of the trip - so arrive two days earlier.   

Extension includes: Accommodation, transfers, 2 lunches, 1 dinner, guided kayak tour

 

Manono Island

Include a trip to the very traditional island of Manono.

 

Upolu South Coast van Tour

 Explore the popular spots of Upolu on a one to two day van tour.  These include:

  • To Sua Trench
  • Giant Clams
  • Togitogiga falls
  • Lalomanu Beach

Pricing

The trip is available as either a Supported Tour or with a Bag Carry only service.

Supported bike ride.

Includes:

  • Support vehicle traveling at your pace
  • Services of driver as local guide on cycling legs
  • Participants can travel in van at any time for as much of the journey as they want
  • Includes bag carry service

Bag carry service:

Your bags are collected each morning and dropped at your scheduled destination

Payment method

Trips can be invoiced in NZ$ or AUS$. 

Visa and Mastercard are accepted but subject to a merchant cost surcharge of 4%.

Price includes:

  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure
  • Accommodation on all 9 nights
  • 8 or 9 breakfasts (all breakfasts except last morning if flying before 8am),
  • 7 or 8 Dinners (excludes day 1 and 10 dinner and day 9 unless at Florences)
  • Bike hire
  • Savaii and Upolu transport while cycling (as per supported/bag carry only options)

Price excludes:

  • Ferry costs (22 tala pp inc bike)
  • Airfares
  • Additional recommended Tours (eg Dive Savaii 65 Tala)
  • Customary fees

Price Total

Because these trips are always customised to some extent to match flights, hotel availability and support levels the following should be taken as a guide:

 Savaii Escape - 10 Day  Fri-Sunday 2 People 4 People 8 People
   Bag Carry Service NZD 1,360 pp NZD 1,160 pp Call
   Fully Supported NZD 1,580 pp NZD 1,250 pp Call
Savaii Escape  Plus- 11 Day  Wed-Saturday Additional $60 Additional $60  

 

 

Excellent holiday for family and friends. (9 all together)

"Thankyou for a wonderful holiday in Samoa. The mix of accommodation styles and rest days suited everybody very well. It is impossible to choose a favourite part of the trip as there are so many wonderful places. The snorkeling at Vaisala was excellent, the boys even managed a couple of night snorkels. Warren took us to the crater and explained the formation of the islands and volcanos. He also let us know that the hills at the western end of the island were tougher than most of us were expecting. Everybody completed the ride around Savaii, but only 5 of us attempted the hill on Upolo. Shane made it all the way up".

Stephanie & Warren Gynther and family and friends.

Visited February 2014
Full review on trip advisor.

Bike Samoa

"A great trip for people who like to combine exercise with a beach experience! Frances and Ross organised an excellent itinerary with a good mix of accommodation from fales on the beach to more upmarket resorts. Bikes were in very good condition and the backup service run by Peter and his crew meant anyone who didnt want to bike the hills had another option! Definitely recommended for a biking adventure close to home on a beautiful island".

Visited June 2013

Full review on Trip Advisor

Party of 6

"Our party of 6 thoroughly enjoyed our time in Samoa and and we would like to thank you both for doing all the groundwork.We were all first-timers to Samoa and I think all pleasantly surprised at the friendliness of the people, their laid-back attitude and the tidy, well-kept villages.
I must say we were very grateful for the support van. Only 2 of the party, Nick and Ingrid did not make use of the van and Ingrid, a NZ age group champion cyclist, actually rode all the way. What we found challenging was the heat and the route was overall more hilly than we had thought it might be, although you did warn us in your excellent handbook. The van was restricted to carrying a maximum of 3 bikes (at a pinch) and fortunately we had one or two of Peter and Sarah's sons on occasions to ride one of the bikes, so we coped.
Accommodation on the whole was very good with the best fale resorts being Manase and Satuiatua, while Vaisala with its ensuites was a real bonus! And Amanaki Hotel was a great place to finish, their meals were excellent value.
Two comments: You may envisage at some stage getting a trailer to carry bikes for a fully supporting vehicle. Sarah is a big woman and getting 3 bikes on board plus Sarah plus bodies was nigh impossible!!
A warning to clients with medical conditions. I think it imperative that they should take a fully supported tour. Quite frankly, with my cardiac arrhythmia and age (76), I wouldn't have made it without the support van.

Otherwise, it was a wonderful experience and we are very grateful to you both for giving us the opportunity. Thank you very much.
Kind regards"

Jim Hudson, September 2012

Logistics

"Hi Ross
Thanks so much for organising the logistics and bikes during our recent trip to Savaii.
I was lucky to get some great riding in whilst there but did make one of my trips twice because it was just so enjoyable and challenging.
Based at La Legato resort I headed up to the crater rim on the bike one afternoon and have to say the mix of heat and vertical rise ensured this would be an excellent workout for even a very fit cyclist.
The 5 km road start is perfect for clearing the cobwebs and then it is a good hard climb up to where the crater man lives. This trail is rough and does require some skill in places (Or you can push over the worst parts if needs be).
Once at the top you can pay your money and walk the last 250m to the crater proper (That’s one big hole!) or rest on the grass and chat with crater man, who happens to be a real nice guy who is not just focussed on taking your money.
The return run can be awesomely wild or relaxingly mild depending on how often you pull in the brake lever and you could expect to be back at the bar in a couple of hours round trip for a regular mountain biker
I returned early one morning and not only enjoyed the temperature much more but also managed to get up close to the traditional Samoan way of harvesting the breakfast fresh each day. Had some lovely conversations with the locals who were out in force walking up the hill to get their breakfast and were generally concerned for my mental wellbeing in wanting to ride up there!
This ride was the highlight of the whole Samoa trip
Thanks again for everything!"

Tristan Leov, September 2012

 

Falealupo

Turtles

Waking to the first rays of the sun

Blowholes at Taga

Band at Vaisala

Falealupo

Manase fales

Sunset

Fiafia nights

Lano Umu preparation

Another Guy

Lava tube cave

Aopo

Mat weaving

Afu Aau Falls

John Williams Church

Vai-I-Moana

Falealupo from Restaurant

Preparing Palusami

Satuiatua

Never too old

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