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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Manavai Hanga Roa
the hotel is picturesque, with very good location in the city, the manager(Kim Ross from USA) is one of the best you could have, the personnel friendly, but, the facilities and the rooms are almost a tragedy. you even must ask for having hot water in the morning. the owner should put more money on it, since i cant say its a cheap option
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... coast was Ahu Tepeu again with fallen Moai and the archeological remains of a village all overlooked by Maunga Terevaka the highest volcano on the island at 507m. Here we turned inland to Ana Te Pahu a former cave dwelling, again the caves were formed of lava tubes. The entrance to these caves was a sunken garden planted with banana palms, sweet potatoes and taro. Next stop was Ahu Akivi which is unusual in that it is inland and the 7 Moai face towards the sea. We then headed home, ...
... Rey and Andrea jumped in the car and Rey let me drive the car back into town. It was great to drive again. It’s been about ten months since I’ve driven a car, and I’ve really missed it, so this was a really nice surprise I hadn’t expected for today. We returned the car, the agent looked it over and said nothing, so hopefully Rey won’t have any problem for the battery dying.
We went back to the fajita place I ...
... 5# NO CREMATIONS No human sacrifices...well not this island. While bird man statues can be forgiven to look a bit like voodoo...ancestors were dried and bones stored, but besides some villages burning down there is no evidence of human sacrifice...more cartoon strips ruined 6# I NEED TO LEARN FRENCH French is more useful than spanish...since they hate the mainland...especially Chile and as a result its more expensive than Australia. So 15th time this holiday I've realised I need ...
... other budget travelers. We met some super cool people while staying there, seeing as we were there for quite a long time and saw a lot of people go through the place. First, we met Blake, an awesome guy from Cali/Colorado just about to embark up north through the rest of South America! We were sad to see him go, especially since we hadn't been really able to do many things outside of camping, but with his departure came Paul! Paul was a fellow Canadian, and we all really clicked ...
... decided to stop at a guestless hostel/wellness centre/horse farm in the middle of nowhere just to have a look. He asked the owners to show us around the rather neglected premises, which in my humble opinion were in sore need of some maintenance and TLC. Jorge almost wet his pants with excitement when he saw their solar panel and immediately had to play around with it. The rest of us kind of stood around awkwardly. I befriended their horse. The whole ...