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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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On the morning of January 27, 2015. We took off to the archeological site of Ahu Tahai and had a tour see our first moai. We then want to the Quarry to see how the moai were made. The 15 moai were then visited at Ahu Tongariki. We had a great barbecue at Anakena Beach, the only place on the island with sand. A cocktail ...
... with the help of the Japanese government. There were also a couple of stops to see some petroglyphs, but because of the sea and wind, they are pretty faded and it’s tough to see them now.
I got back into town at 1pm and met Andrea for lunch at Club Sandwich again for some more fajitas. We had our awesome lunch and then headed up to a place called Ahu Akivi with the car where there is a line of seven moai’s. From ...
... I thought about getting a taxi to find my hostel, but I had a look at the map, and Hanga Roa is such a small town, I figured I could walk. I’m glad I did because it was only a ten minute walk from the airport to my hostel.
Hotel Atariki is perfect for what I need. It is right off the “main street” in the town, I have my own king size bed, my own bathroom (with a hot shower), and ...
We arrived in Santiago mid afternoon and checked into the Holiday Inn at the airport. It was great to have a very comfortable bed after a long journey. Enjoyed our first fillet steak for dinner. "Delicious" and yes Anthony judging by its excellence we will be having many more. Can you believe eye fillet steak was cheaper than lamb chops and chicken. Up again at 5am to continue on with the next leg of our journey to Easter Island, keen to start our South American ...
... amongst the drunk fisherman and the scavenging dogs. Once done, we were all stuffed and headed back for a relaxing afternoon of lounging around. Another fun Easter island fact: Turtles used to beach here to lay eggs! But due to changing tides and erosion, there is no longer enough beach for them to do this. Even without their beaches though, there are lots of turtles that still hang around due to evolution! There's even an area called turtle bay - and for good reason! On one of our ...