Explora Rapa Nui
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... cruise around the Island, we were approx about 1mile offshore, so we did manage to see the extinct volcano craters that had some 394 Moai as the monoliths are called, these are at different stages of production, but we were unable to see any of these as they are in the crater itself, we did get a glimpse of the 15 monolith structures at the cove at Ahu Akivi, they stand approx 13 feet high ...
... wins and gets the prize of a virgin who has been imprisoned in a cave for 3 months to bleach her skin. The king of the winning tribesman gets to rule over the land for a year but essentially spends it in isolation. The village itself was only every inhabited by men who accompanied the contestants and watched on during the competition. It consisted of small houses built into the hillside with flat stone and grass roofs with very low doors which served to brush the spirits off ...
... leaving the Maui. There is only one small beach on the island which we visited in the afternoon. Swimming was wonderful in the warm waters and there were more Maui's stood lined up in the background. What made it extra special was lots of wild horses who were sharing the beach with us and running in the water. We went to the Kari Kari dance show which was brilliant. The dancing was really happy and fast ...
... a prat had I have claimed the mastery of flight before jumping off a cliff and landing, buttocks first, on an unusually long and well lubricated rock. It wasn't so much that my life was ever in real danger during the dive but I flapped around under water expending as much energy as a super nova while guzzling my air in record time. The dive leader then had to lend me some air from his tank before returning me to my own ...
... one name per minute for five minutes. I was probably the fifth name called. I was actually in front a pilot who worked for KLM and had been there for 30+ years, so I have no clue how that worked out, but no complaints on my end. It would have been some terrible news if I would not have been able to come to Easter Island on this trip. For those people out there that are hoping to non-rev to Easter Island, it ...