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 …
This morning the roosters and chickens were going bonkers. All clucking away, with the rooster yelling the loudest. Right out side our bedroom window, they sat on the wall and screeched. This started at 5:00 AM. Thanks chickens! A dog came by and started barking AT them, which was not helping, until the dog ran at them, they scattered, and finally stopped clucking. For about five minutes. They were back clucking and the dog chased them again. Next time: don't get ...
... these heads is just astounding as only a half to a third is above the ground and many have not just bodies but also legs and feet. It was fascinating seeing the development of the different Moai as the carving and shape of them changed over time, they began with much rounder faces and the shape changed to the more square shape that we associate with the Moai, also the shape of the bodies changed as they soon started to add top knots to the statues and needed to arch the ...
... apparently disagreed, saying that Rapa Nui is just another province of Chile and they do not wish to restrict internal migration.
I tried two other routes into the park, and found them blocked by ropes, brush, and logs, and manned by Rapa Nui natives. None of the guards there were particularly happy. There is only one road around most of Rapa Nui, a longish circle route that takes you through the areas with many Moai platforms and then on to the only two ...
... placed the rise and fall of the moai culture, if I may call it that, in three chapters. Chapter 1, the carving of the moais was meant to honor the ancestors and the gods. This chapter is represented in the unshaped stone. Chapter 2 saw the creation of ever larger moais, forsaking the gods and honoring the power of man, represented by the larger moai and those 7 sitting upon the ahu. The last pages in this chapter were the 69 foot, 270 ton moai ...