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Apia, Western Samoa - Nov. 5, 2009

Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaScott keeps his shirts whiter than the Catholic Cathedral in Apia, Western Samoa. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaThe Bon Jovi Express bus. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaApia is the capital and the largest city of Samoa. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaThe Central Bank of Samoa issues the Samoan currency. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaApia is located on the central north coast of Upolu, Samoa's second largest island.

Apia, Western Samoa - Oct. 10, 2009

Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaThe city is situated on a natural harbour at the mouth of the Vaisigano River. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaApia harbor was the site of an infamous 15 March 1889 naval standoff. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaSeven ships from Germany, the US, and Britain refused to leave the harbor. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaA typhoon was clearly approaching, but the first who moved would lose face. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaAll the ships were sunk but one, and nearly 200 lives were lost. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaThe Apia Urban Area has a population of 37,708 according to a 2006 Census. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaThe country has no trains or trams, but is served with an extensive bus service. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaApia features a tropical rainforest climate with consistent temperatures throughout the year. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaApia's driest months are July and August when on average about 80 mm of rain falls. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaFrom December through March average monthly precipitation easily exceeds 300 mm. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiThe following pics show the devastating Tsunami damage. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiLiquid Blue was in Apia just after the Tsunami. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiThe 2009 Samoa earthquake was a submarine earthquake in the Samoan Islands region. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiAt a magnitude of 8.1, it was the largest earthquake of 2009. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiA tsunami was generated which caused substantial damage and loss of life. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiTwenty villages on Upolu south side were reportedly destroyed. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western Samoa after TsunamiSamoa evacuated people from the entire city of Apia. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaScientists determined that waves measured 14 metres at their highest on the Samoan coast. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaA waterfall in the distance. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaThis House of Worship is a 30-meter domed structure open to the public for individual prayer. Liquid Blue Cover Tribute Band in Apia, Western SamoaApia was originally a small village with a population of 304 in the year 1800.