Hanana's Residential (Mata Vai Rahi)
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... have 5. He starts freaking out saying our reservation was for 2 people only and that we have 5. Things were getting heated. My father in law and Ed were both speaking loudly now too. This manager basically said in order to stay in this tiny apartment we owed him an extra $200 cash immediately( on top of the $100 we already paid) . This set off my father in law and he ( in Spanish) told him off and called him a crook as we knew he would pocket the money. We ...
... of the first off the ship and onto the island.
We had booked a 2 day tour to see all the highlights of the Island, day one focusing on the Moai (big heads) and day two looking at more Moai and also the history of the Bird Man.
Easter Island originally called Rapa Nui and was found by Polynesians in 700-1100CE and has had to say the least a turbulent history. There is very little known for sure about the Rapa Nui’s but it is thought that they ...
... for everything, I feel at home in Chile already because I have her perspective to learn from and with her help I have found myself in situations where I can chat to Chileans about stuff, she even took me shopping for things I needed and she hates shopping! She's told me about the damage the forestry industry is doing to the Chilean ecosystems, the floods this year in the Northern desert area, the ...
... time, and told a little about 'the secrets if ship navigation'.
There was the talent show in the aftrenoon again, some of the same crew, but of course different guests!
Had afternoon tea with some interesting folk again. A Swiss/American couple had been to NZ and were raving about the NZ icecream, and she said ' especially the one that begins with K' - Kapiti? we asked. Yes!! Imagine that! Swiss/American on the high seas off The ...
... the raised platform or alter, where they erected them? No one has the answer to any of these questions, although they certainly have theories. And our guide was an excellent source of those theories. Atariki was about 30, half Italian and half Chilean. He was born on the island and married to a native Rapa Nui, or half Rapa Nui, half Chilean. As I said, the second stop we made was at Ahu Tongariki. Ahu Tongariki is the largest ahu on Easter ...