To Sua Trench
As an island in the pacific, Samoa is as one big volcano as it’s lava fields form grounds for life for human, animal and plant. We visited To Sua (pr. Tor Sue-ah) that showed stunning blowholes with beautiful coral the colour of the fish is the most sharp that I have ever seen.
|Atop a cliff|
|Coral (this photo does not do it's beauty justice!)|
|Out to sea|
We swam in trench about 40 metres deep (so cool!) after we climbed down the ladder into it’s cave-like appearance. Submerging into the cave’s warm salt water, was as breathtaking as the life forms through out the colourful coral of the blowholes.
|Swimming in the trench|
|Climbing up ladder (very, very carefully)|
To Sua is also the final resting place of a very significant female figure who we were pleasantly surprised to learn of. Her gravestone reads;
She seems like one very cool lady.
|Grave on the cliff top|
|Don't forget it!|