Taha Tai Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Easter Island
The importance of being grateful – Easter Island edition
- Beings in the tropics again for what felt like a three day honeymoon
- The puppy at our hotel – he ate everything but we couldn’t say no…we even invited him into our room a few times! (shh)
- Kyle finally getting a chance to surf…for free …
... found the islands promised by the dream. If my dreams came true like that Iīd be F1 World Champion, married to a supermodel and have a talking dragon as a best mate. Ah well.
Our tour of Rapa Nui ended on Anakena beach, with a traditional fish grill. Very authentic. The grill didnīt even comprise of a grill, it was just stones, firewood and fish thrown on top. Anakena beach is a beautiful place. Palm trees flanking golden sands and that azure sea I was raving ...
... advantage of a brief break in the deluge to go out and buy a postcard and get it mailed to my grandchildren. I also dropped off my wet clothes from yesterday at a local laundry; I tried really hard to get all the mud out while washing them in the shower and then in the sink, but it just would not all come out.
I strolled down to the harbor and took some pictures of Ahu Hotake and Ahu Ko pekaTaeti, (moai erected near the harbor), had a look at ...
... These would then be covered with other branches and thatch. These structures were used as temporary protection from wind and rain.
Back in the truck, we made our bumpy way up a nearby hill past the airport, and got out at a viewpoint overlooking Hanga Roa with a couple volcanoes in the distance. Paul mentioned another volcano at a different location on the island which is climbable and offers a 360 degree view of the island and surrounding ocean. He said that it was ...
... in tact, would present the egg to their Chief and their Chief would then become the Birdman. The Birdman was a god like figure and would rule the island for a year until the next competition. The more and more I think about the Birdman religion and competition, the more I think it was an ingenious invention for the society of Rapa Nui. It was a diplomatic system of election based on skill and survival; essential elements for rebuilding Easter Island. The fact that the Birdman only ruled ...