Hotel Gomero

Address: Tuukoihu s/n, Easter Island, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Tuukoihu s/n, Easter Island.
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      Rapa Nui: Gringos Call it Easter Island

      A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Sep 12, 2014

      6 comments, 53 photos

      ... Easter Island because the Euros landed here on Easter Sunday, 1722, natives call it Rapa Nui, ancient history calls it Te Pito O Te Henua. It’s a special territory of Chile, but much more Polynesian than Latin. The 5,500 locals, or the Rapanui, speak Spanish and some speak the original Polynesian language. There are lots of flowered shirts and shell necklaces, plus empanadas.

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      Dream Destination: Easter Island

      A travel blog entry by sharissajj on Jul 01, 2014

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      ... luckily that was the only issue and they are once again in perfect working order!) We both were very thankful to have found such a great dive shop (Orca Dive Shop) and if given the time and money, would have loved to have stayed and even worked for the shop to check out all the different dive sites over time! HIKING: Throughout the two weeks on Easter Island, we did manage to find a sort of hike/walk to be done! Yes we did the small hike mentioned above to Orongo, but there was ...

      The Moai the Merrier.....

      A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jun 29, 2014

      82 photos

      ... in the old religion was lost, and is reflected partly in the ruins of moai which were deliberately toppled by human hands. By the end of the glory of the Easter Island culture, the population had crashed in numbers, and the residents -- with little food or other ways to obtain sustenance -- resorted sometimes to cannibalism and a bare subsistence. Subsequent raids by powers such as Peru and Bolivia devastated the population even more, until only a few hundred native ...

      Mo (than meets the) ai

      A travel blog entry by nayanjli on Apr 30, 2014

      61 photos

      ... out was very expensive (prohibitively so for the locals as well, sadly). We did a supermarket shop and went and chilled out at a enclosed rock beach. While Anj read her book, I jumped into the cool waters and had a bit of a splash around. As soon as I got out, there was a bit of excitement in the enclosed bay. I went to inquisite, to find that a friendly little turtle had floated in, looking to chomp on some algae! I then saw a local ...

      Easter Island

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Apr 14, 2014

      7 photos

      ... day here. They have day and full day tours. I think you can see most of the history of the statues in the day, but decided to play it safe and take the full day. After, the morning part of the tour, we went to a magnetic rock and spent a few hours on a beach, which could have been done without a tour. We started out our tour going to a cave. This cave was where the ancestors of the island used to live and there are 850 caves on this island. ...