Aussie couple happy to be in Samoa
Australian couple Dane Chang and Caty Roqica and their children are happy to be in Samoa.
The family flew into the country, keen to explore the island and learn more about Samoa and its culture.
Dane has a personal connection with the country, he was born in Samoa so returning was a momentous occasion for him as he missed the island.
Caty told the Samoa Observer that she is happy to be visiting Samoa for the second time and sees herself returning back to the island.
Currently, the Taumeasina Island Resort is their home away from home, they have been impressed with the level of service since they checked in.
“The people are really friendly, they make us feel like family, and we are happy to be here,” they said.
They also loved the view form the resort, which they described as “beautiful”, on top of the top service that they are getting.
Their recent adventure was on the Big Island of Savai’i, which they both described as beautiful.
When they were asked about the weather in Samoa and if they could compare it to countries they visited before, the couple said it was hard to make the comparison.
Though, having access to aircondition helps, according to Caty.
“It’s bearable, that’s that you need a bit of aircon from time to time but that’s fine,” she said.