Taha Tai Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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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 …
... issues now, and although they ask about the challenge of it, they get it.
“While the patrimony is important, more important is the whole of the island.”
What do you want most for Rapa Nui?
“Independence, but it’s not yet possible. Rapa Nui for Rapanui, using the Rapanui languge. It’s always important to have our own language and to keep it alive and flourishing.”
After saying goodbye to the ...
... immigration and the need for immigration controls. They won’t control it because this is Chile, in their eyes. This can be the last time of protest. The end point of this is independence.
“While no one can buy land here except Rapanui, the government actually owns most of the land. They permit long-term leases, so they have more money.”
Hugo works on the cargo ships for a private company, and is also active in ...
... at its height during the Moai building period the population of Easter Island was about 16,000 people. By the time Captain James Cook arrived in the 1770’s there were only 2 to 3,000 people on Easter Island.
Whatever knowledge the population of Easter Island had about their heritage and history was mostly lost soon thereafter when the usual spread of western diseases devastated the remaining islanders. A coup de grace was nearly administered in the ...
... nothing better than sitting out on the veranda and watching the ocean go by. Have not seen a ship in days, we are the only ones out there it seems. The South Pacific Ocean is being good to us, with just gentle rolls.
We are enjoying each day, even if we have seemed to have gotten into a routine. We will be tendering from Easter Island tomorrow.
Until next ...