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Tsunami Hits Samoa On Wednesday 30 th  September 2009 Samoa got hit by an earthquake followed by a tsunami. It was a trage...
Sinalei Resort  <ul><li>Sinalei Resort is located on the South Coast of Upolu. This resort was hit by the tsunami. It was ...
Before the tsunami
After the tsunami
Samoa villages <ul><li>Samoa had some of the most beautiful landscapes. Samoa was a place where it was peaceful, romantic ...
Before
After
Samoa <ul><li>Samoa will never be the same. My beautiful home. I feel very sad because Samoan people are suffering with no...
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This slideshow is based on the tsunami that hit my home, Samoa. I love Samoa forever.

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  1. 1. Tsunami Hits Samoa On Wednesday 30 th September 2009 Samoa got hit by an earthquake followed by a tsunami. It was a tragedy we will never forget.
  2. 2. Sinalei Resort <ul><li>Sinalei Resort is located on the South Coast of Upolu. This resort was hit by the tsunami. It was the generosity of spirit that creates experiences never to be forgotten at this luxury hideaway. Sinalei was a place for special occasions. This was a spectacular South Pacific location </li></ul>
  3. 3. Before the tsunami
  4. 4. After the tsunami
  5. 5. Samoa villages <ul><li>Samoa had some of the most beautiful landscapes. Samoa was a place where it was peaceful, romantic and it was luxury. Until… NOW </li></ul>
  6. 6. Before
  7. 7. After
  8. 8. Samoa <ul><li>Samoa will never be the same. My beautiful home. I feel very sad because Samoan people are suffering with no home, no food and probably no family. I will pray for those who have been injured in Samoa. You never know maybe one of your family members are among the dead. To all those Samoans who have been injured. DON’T GIVE UP HOPE. KEEP YOUR FAITH. TRY TO FORGET THIS TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. I KNOW IT’S HARD TO FORGET BUT WE MUST FORGET TO MOVE ON WITH LIFE. DON’T GIVE UP. FAAFETAI </li></ul>
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