- I never drove during the Peace Corps, so knowing how to get to places off the bus route was all about being on foot; and
- We were all teachers, and most of us lived on school compounds rather than private residences, so our spots were centrally located within the community. We were easy to find back then.
Me and Filifili. I took him to lunch today.
Many of you have probably heard my rant about how Samoa needs coasters, and lo and behold, they got them! But... they're laminated. That green part isn't absorbent, which kinda defeats the purpose of the coaster all together. Two steps forward, one step back.
Pinati's Samoan street food got a huge facelift. But don't worry. Jesus is still up on the wall.
A new restaurant in town, The Edge, serves Samoan nachos made over taro chips with Samoan veggies on top. Delicious.