How does Samoa get their food?
what do you mean, we have a lot of food, the sea is clean and abundant, and the land is rich and fertile. Does that answer the question? fa' Samoa
Every food you find in other countries are found in Samoa.
Samoa has the same food as everyone else in the world, but has its own delicacies as well.
Samoans eat the same food like all other ethnicities, with a few delicacies pertaining to Samoa only.
Samoa is very a happy place . The samoan people always have a smile on their face and always try their best to welcome someone who comes from outside of Samoa. Faleapas and Faleo'os are very special features in Samoa becasue you probably wouldnt see them in other countries. Tatoos and the food are special in Samoa especially the food becasue Samoans love to eat and they always respect someone that has a Samoa tatoo.
Samoa has plenty of organic food from its fertile lands, and a bountiful sea which provides fish and seafood, but we also import from overseas as well.
um well herodophia is the healthiest food in samoa
Samoa has the "Samoa Social Welfare Fesoasoani Trust" to aid former offenders. American Samoa also offers Food Stamps under US Federal Guidelines, like on the US Mainland.
Samoa has the same types of food like all other countries have, with a few delicacies pertaining to themselves.
Alot of the food you find in Samoa is imported from NZ, Australia and/or America. If the cost of importing is high, so too will the prices be. It doesnt help that the Samoan government adds extra tax (VAGST) to the price of food also.
mea'ai, meataumafa, meatausami, taumafa
Samoa is known for lots of great food and celabrations people who are fighters! yezzer! And have a lot of rules, and eat a lot, and are loud! lolz.
taro flakes, bananaBixs
I suppose they get food and supplies and money.
From the land and from the sea, and then Samoa imports as well
One Samoan traditional food is palusami or lu'au, which is taro leaves baked in coconut cream.
Samoa is famous for thier food, music, and dance. They are alos known for big samoan guys, people who are fighters and that they are loud. they also made the ukelele famous.
Food just like what other countries eat, with delicacies and dishes pertaining to our own country.
same skin colour and same traditional food.
in Samoa they cook their food under grond and they celebrate special days
Samoans eat the same food like all other people in the whole wide world, and has its own delicacies.
its religions and excitement of the people as along with its nice food. that is not what was asked. geographical features are things like mountains or rivers or deserts. not religion & food. im actually trying to figure out what the geographical features of Samoa are too. so if anyone actually has a real answer post it.
Some of the strange foods in Samoa include coconut cream taro, coconut covered yams, and coconut covered potatoes. Another weird food they eat a lot is cracker soup.
It affected other people by society not only by that but they had no house or food
What dnt we eat shud b the question it wud b easier to answer
They prepare it like any other islander will prepare theirs (:
To replenish water and food supplies or to repair their ships during their whaling expeditions.
it is called western Samoa because Samoa is divided into two parts, American Samoa and western Samoa. After colonialism came to Samoa, America took control of Eastern Samoa which adapted the name "American Samoa". While Germany (and later NZ) took control of Western Samoa, who then took on the name "Western Samoa". No called SAMOA. The nation dropped the "western" in 1997.
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no, Samoa was originally known as Western Samoa. American Samoa belongs to America, and Samoa has been independent since 1962.
Samoans eat the same food like every other culture around the world, but like everyone else, they have their own stables and delicacies.
American Samoa and Western Samoa (now known as Samoa).
palusami pago pago pe'epe'e oka umu supasui povi masima supoesi Fausi
They sent in medical officers, communicationn people, food and supplies and the us defence force
The same food like anyone else, with a whole lot of fresh organic fruit
I dont know if Samoa Joe was actually born in Samoa, but I do know that he is of Samoan descent. He wasn't born in samoa.
No they are 2 different countries. American Samoa is an American territory. Samoa is an independent nation.
No. Samoa is an independent nation while American Samoa is an American overseas territory. Germans and American feuded over Samoa. The territory was eventually split into two: Western (or German) Samoa and Eastern (or American) Samoa. Western Samoa eventually became independent while Eastern Samoa still remains an American territory.
No the capital of American Samoa is Pago Pago. Apia is the capital of Samoa
They are the same in that Samoans in American Samoa and Samoa (once Western Samoa) have the same heritage. However, American Samoa is a US territory while Samoa is an independent nation. So they are in effect two different countries.
Do you mean Samoa or American Samoa? If you mean Samoa, then the distance is 889kms or 552miles. If you mean American Samoa, then the distance is 937.8kms or 582.7miles.
Samoa and American Samoa
Samoa and American Samoa
American Samoa is a Trust Territory of the US, not Samoa, which was formerly Western Samoa.
Samoa is not and never has been a part of the U.S. You are mistaking Samoa for "American Samoa".
If you mean the two countries, they are Samoa (formerly known as Western Samoa) and American Samoa or Tutuila, known also as Eastern Samoa.
A taro that used to grow in samoa,well started in samoa but unable to grow in samoa anymore. but its now in fiji but it is still called the tausala samoa.
No one purchased Samoa. Samoa belongs to Samoans.