3 Tisema Tuesite
Dimity and Sandy had a last massage session with magic Mike and his dad Leo before getting on their flight home. We dropped our three guests safely to the airport in the school van and headed home for a siesta. 434 more words
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All our guests have been wonderful in bringing stuff with them for Ahopanilolo and we thank you with all our hearts.
The latest lot was unpacked last week and included some quirky Chrissy pressies from our lovely thoughtful friends Sue, Martin, Sally and their kids… As well as a ton of chocolate. 30 more words
We zipped along the Eastern side of the island before stopping at Keleti beach for lunch and a swim.
We ran into Mana our Tongan/Hawaiian friend who is the long-term resident there and were introduced to Terry – the turtle he had saved from a very uncertain futures by being bought from a fisherman that very morning for $100TOP. 147 more words
24 Novema Sapate Rain, rain and more rain peppered with some wind gusts which feels like a small prelude to the imminent cyclone season. The has cooled the stifling air which is more pleasant and the precipitation is much-needed but we hope it has gone by Tuesday when our next three visitors: Kathy, Sandy and Dimity arrive Had a… 494 more words
Kotoni was presented with the ‘Ahopanilolo Teacher of the Year Award this week… This ‘trophy’ was a beautifully carved and engraved wooden traditional Tongan ‘drum’. It is a really lovely piece and he felt very honoured to be elected by his peers for this in-house award. 469 more words