Travel Blogs from Hanga Roa
... this was done. Whilst walking around you see heads and half bodies of the uncompleted moai sticking out of the ground. Most of the statues have been excavated but some still remain underground. Now to visit the famous Tongariki site where they have re-erected and restored 15 moai. This site was first damaged by the clans and then further damaged by a tsunami. A Japanese company took these statues for an exhibition in japan but returned them and paid to have the ...
... were bright white, covered in tiny salt crystals and despite showering at the lagoons, it took several days to wash all the salt off our bodies and clothes. There were three lakes in total at the lagoons, all with their own characteristics and stunning against the backdrop of the volcanos. Two of the lakes were out of bounds for swimming, as one housed flamingos and the other was so dense in salt crystals, that you would pierce your skin if you tried swimming in it. We spent 2 ...
... card purchases we paid for postage for our cards, along with getting an Easter island stamp, we got our passports stamped too. We then wandered to the Main cove, caleta Hanga Roa otai, where we inquired about a boat tour for later to Moto Khao kao the biggest island, iti he middle island, and newi the smallest jutting rock island, for later on in the week. We also walked along one of the streets by the water, where locals set up stalls and tables for the festival. The second cove ...
... A typical Chilean food is empanadas, traditionally filled with meat and eggs but which come in vegetarian form too. You can buy the pastry wrappers to make them yourself. However in this shop, Lider (Walmart) we could only find ones made with lard.
Heading down the Panamericana to Molina we photographed a road safety sign that read: Do you think you are Schumacher?
At Molina, a small ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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