The Samoa Islands: Very often, only lovers of the Scottish writer Robert Louis Stevenson (1850-1894) know the Samoa Islands. It is there, in a setting of incredible tropical lavishness, between coral beaches and old volcanoes, waterfalls and lagoons populated by turtles, that the author of Treasure Island (1883) came to end his days. . His tomb, regularly maintained, caps a mountain dominating Apia, the capital, and the ocean which extends it.
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