Hotel Rapa Nui
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... order to try the local non prounceable speciality as well...which is sometimes lama...sometimes warthog...or sometimes the worst canned chilli mince on chips I've ever tasted. All because change is what drives us forward and without it we might as well stand in the park for the birds to perch on. This one foot in the door, one foot with the shoelace tied approach really sums up the people of Easter Island (aka Rapa Nui or Isla de Pascua) too. Because while everybody knows (and is ...
... absolutely lives up to everything I imagined and more! We spent exactly two weeks on Easter Island, which most would find too long on such a small island but it's been just about perfect for us who have been in a different city/town almost every week since we first began our adventure. We have taken our time seeing all there is to see on the island, with a lot of downtime in between for reading, napping and just generally lazing around. Here are the highlights of what we did on our ...
... very close to the town centre so it is a great way to fill in the afternoon. It was amazing seeing the statues for the first time and our heads instantly filled with questions, we decided that we definitely need to take a guided tour to find out more information about the mysteries of Rapa Nui. We wondered into the town centre to look into some tours but it was Sunday afternoon so nothing was open, including the museum. We had been told that one tour agency would ...
... and began to round up the horses. Some of them were quite happy to stay there so our guide ran towards them waving her arms to encourage them towards the rider. Then he rode off leading them away from the remains across the hillside. One horse was lame and although following slowly at a distance certainly, didn't want to be left by itself. Then we were off to our final stop of the day which was at Anakena where there is the only beach on the island. There was quite a large ...
... their indigenous language sounding very Maori and the carvings are quite similar as well. We had a full day yesterday looking at the various sites and volcano Rano Raraku, didn't realise just how many Moai statues exist on the island in various states of completion. The biggest one standing being 9metres tall weighing 60 tons just how did they move them from the quarry to their sites, an amazing feat. We spent a lovely hour at Anakena beach which seems to be ...