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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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This morning we visited the archaelogical sites of Ahu Tahai, Rano Rarku ( the Quarry) and Ahu Tongariki. On our route, we drove by a huge Mormon temple, a 7th Day Adventist church and a large Methodist school. We also drove by the large new modern hospital built by the Chinese. We learned about the Rapa Nui people and viewed several of the Moai …
Arrival 8 pm on the 26th. Easy entry with NG. Polynesian style hotel. Hangaroa Eco Village. Nice dinner then to bed. We finally have our big suitcases.
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 …
... which is only 160 sq.Km, all of which are now extinct, hopefully!
There is a lot of debate as to when the island was first inhabited (possibly as early as 800AD) and there is even more debate as to how the Moai were moved across the island (some that were erected were upto 10m tall and weighed over 80 tons and there is one in Ranu Raruku, the Quarry, that was in the process of being carved, before it was abandoned, that would have been over 21m tall and would weigh ...
... entire West coast of the island to be explored. That part of the island also had its fair share of cultural locations of Ahu and Moai, but hasn't been restored just yet. This made for a nice day hike since everything was very different from the rest of the island. Very rugged landscapes, with only a dirt road or two and lots of horses milling around it was absolutely gorgeous, especially with the blue sea crashing waves along the cliff faces in the background. This tiny speck of ...