Fifty-five-year old Greg Kennish from Australia has spent two months on the shores of Samoa.
He came here to explore and experience the life, the scenery and also the local beer of a small country in the Pacific.
Today is his last day.
But he said he is leaving knowing he has had a great time.
“I had two months holiday because I wanted to know the country more and I knew that two or three weeks will not be enough especially because this is my first time here,” he said.
“From the day I landed until now I don’t think I will never get tired of Samoa because it’s just natural the people are just pure amazing and lovely.
“They say hi to you when you go past them and from where we’re from we don’t get that.
“Samoa is just a dot on the map but you have a very unique culture and tradition and that makes you unique.”
Mr. Kennish went on to say that he visited the island of Savai’i as well.
“Oh man the scenery on both islands is just straight beautiful and this is the kind of life I would rather have,” he said.
“There’s so much green here and fresh water and white sandy beaches, it is just unexplainable and I loved it.
“This is the place where you can lie on the beach with a bottle of Vailima and just say “ahhhhhhh this is it.
“I will miss the weather because winter is starting in Australia, the scenery, the people and especially the beer.
“I will definitely tell my friends and other family members about Samoa and I can’t wait to come back again.”