This beautiful tide pool, or ocean trench is called Tosua and is situated close to Lotofaga, which is a village on the south coast of Upolu island in Samoa. Tosua means “Gigantic Swimming Hole”and it’s thought that lava blow holes make these amazing pools. Walking paths along the shore and near the ocean’s edge will get you there. Then you’ll climb down a long ladder to the natural pool, about 30 meters below.
In the 1800's America was still being formed and much of the land was open and free to roam. Men like the Trappers were very important in the day, Not only scoping out the country, fur trapping to make a living and finding beautiful places like, now called 'Punch Bowl Falls, Oregon