From tomorrow morning, this will be the view that will greet me and She Whom Must Be Obeyed each morning for the next week. After a family meal of chicken piri piri with our girls and a friend who will live with them for a week, we’re heading off to Aggie Grey’s Lagoon Resort in Samoa – most recently, the location for Survivor Samoa – for our first holiday without kids for 18 years. A bit of saving and a bit of a bonus and a bit of a travel agent discount have all been combined to make this happen so we’re planning to make the most of the break and really relax. As we have met and worked with a few Samoan folk in New Zealand, we are looking forward to seeing something of their homeland. Having booked this trip months back and collected the tickets on the morning of the recent tsunami, we were a little conflicted as to whether we should still take the holiday there with so many having lost so much on that day. However, the advice we have been given is that because tourism is a mainstay of the economy, just spending our tourist dollars will be of benefit. Be that as it may, we also hope to hook up with a local contact in Apia for a little mini-mission while we’re there. With that, I’m off for a plate of chicken piri piri.