Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Samoa Paradise

We said goodbye to beautiful Tahiti, and a few weeks later we were sent to amazing Samoa.  Even though we worked very hard on our assignment, we still managed to do a little sightseeing around this tropical paradise.  Samoa is different than every other Pacific island we have seen thus far.  The people are warm and friendly, their homes and meeting places are unique and colorful, and their villages are vibrant and interesting.  For the next few posts I hope you will enjoy seeing a bit of the eye candy I saw on this last amazing adventure.

5 comments:

MTWaggin said...

I so enjoy your travalogs of paradise! Sigh....

Robin said...

Karen, what a wonderful place! Just the tropical paradise one dreams about. I love the towers of clouds out at sea!

busycorner said...

The Independent State of Samoa is classified by the United Nations as a "Least Developed Nation". The people live in poverty and depend on gifts from overseas relatives, foreign aid and gratuity to survive.

JW

darlin said...

Wow, another breathtaking shot Karen! Do you use a polarizer by chance? I was looking at one for my new lens but might wait until I get back home, anything to do with cameras is super expensive in Australia.

How much longer are you on this journey for?

Don said...

Can't wait for more photos.... loved the Tahiti pics!