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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Hangaroa Hanga Roa
We just arrived tonight for our two night stay, but found the our room to be well appointed and with a nice view of the ocean. The facility has an eco- friendly design, and we were told they just mowed the grass on our roof. :-) Our group just had cocktails and a nice buffet dinner in the main dining room. The staff was very friendly and courteous. I met the new General Manager who said to contact him personally if there was anything we needed.
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As we approached Easter Island the weather wasn't being real cooperative but our pilot circled around so we could have a glimpse of the largest gathering of Moai standing at the shore with a bonus of 2 rainbows. Two gorgeous men dropped leis over our heads as we walked into the airport. Our beautiful room overlooking the ocean was quite a hike from …
... to) everyone else, so the main crime is bumping your car into a 'wild' horse (unless you are at fault, then its a prized horse)...give them a chance to prove their ancesterial adventure spirit and you quickly learn this laid back nature is only on the surface. As only 100 years ago the bird man challenge saw men climbing bare handed down 300m cliffs into open water...to swim to a nearby island...climb that cliff...collect a bird egg while fighting off other contestants...to ...
... sandy beach on the island, a very sheltered little cove with golden sands. There is to some good surfing here especially in front of the hotel where we are, lots of surfers out catching the waves. Today Saturday we had another couple of tours visiting the ruins of Orongo Village where the "bird men" resided, these were the few surviving tribes of the original Rapa Nui people who pretty well exterminated themselves thru destroying the trees and then turned to canibalism ...
... lot of people, and a long time! Some of the Moai have a dark red stone hat or top-knot, carved from volcanic rock from a different quarry
Between 1775 and 1838 nearly all of the Moai were toppled, as part of internal conflicts among islanders. Further damage has been inflicted by tsunamis over the years, toppling them and sending them inland. The Moai that you see in the pictures have been restored; most of them are found in the Rapa Nui National ...
... is about 3000 wild horses, so wondering home got a couple of dogs keeping me company, there is a rustle in the trees and a horse just wanders out, scared the absolute bejesus out of me and then the dogs started protecting me by barking at the horse - the benefits of island living
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