Hotel Rapa Nui
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... DAY TO DAY: When we first arrived, we were welcomed warmly by the airport staff who decked us out with local flower necklaces and whatnot, and once we picked up our bags we were carted to Camping Mihinoa, where we pitched our newly bought tent (Bolivia was great for finding camping gear!) and settled in for the two week stay. The campground itself is basically one big field, with two areas with bathrooms/showers (yay hot water!), a large common area with wifi (when they paid the ...
... 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 ...
... the remains of seven Moai standing on it one of the other two having a single statue on it and the third having no figure on it. The whole area was a grassy sand dune behind the beach and there were a large number of coconut palms growing there. They are not natives of Rapa Nui although the island does have an indigenous palm. A couple of hawks were walking around on the ground under the palms so we spent some time watching them on our way back to the coach. Once back at ...
... estaven fent acrobācies a la platja i la gent era allā amb bikini. Vam comprar dues pinyes petites que ens van pelar allā mateix i les vam menjar com amb pal. No sabíem que a l’illa hi ha plantacions de pinyes i per cert, molt dolces, tal com recordem les pinyes de Moorea. El senyor que les ven n’arriba a pelar unes 200 al dia!
Vam anar a veure la posta de sol a un altre lloc ...
... clear and we swim with some wild black-tip reef sharks (ie. no feeding here) which is really nice. In the afternoon we laze about on the beach and snorkel. The next day is spent kayaking and swimming with sharks and rays. This part is never boring. We do this early in the morning and late afternoon. In between we hide from the sun and do the kids homework. There’s a small grocery shop nearby that sells most things we need like baguette, ham and beer. Basic survival food ...