SAMOA. 3rd edition, Údition en anglais

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Lonely Planet, Jan 1, 1998 - Travel - 193 pages
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The islands of Samoua offer two cultures in one, where traditional Polynesian customs nudge the American dream. This comprehensive guide can take you to a village for an earth-baked Sunday roast, through mangrove swamps in a canoe, for a walk in the rainforest, or a night in a banyan tree. - 24 maps - tips for exploring volcanic peaks, waterfalls and beaches - Samoan language section - Coverage of culture, politics, history and the arts - Details on diving, sailling, hiking and kirikiti - How to get around, where to stay, what and where to eat

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Talbot was born in Melbourne. She studied journalism at Deakin University in Geelong. She worked as a reporter in Alice Springs.

Swaney is a computer programmer and a world traveller.

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