Son of Samoa delves into Samoa's past
Although Samoa's beaches are captivating and scenery is astounding; Samoa's rich history is also very fascinating.
One monumental figure in Samoa's history is famed author, Robert Louis Stevenson (R.L.S.)
R.L.S. called the mountain top in Vailima his home from 1889-1894 , where some of his best work came out of such as Treasure Island, The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and tons more classics.
During his promotional visit in Samoa, Blues Captain Jerome Kaino made the trek to R.L.S. homestead that is now a museum.
In a video posted by the Blues, Jerome Kaino says, " Not only is Samoa known for its beautiful beaches and waterfalls; it also has a rich history."
He beckons for future visitors to do the same.
" I thought it was amazing and you've got to come and visit it!," added.
SAMOA OBSERVER IS THE OFFICIAL MEDIA SPONSOR FOR THE AUCKLAND BLUES.