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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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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... but the more popular one is using mud to slide them and rope with man power to 'walk' them like an egyption to their spot 4# NOT ALL GINGERS ARE SCOTS OR IRISH Most shocking of all was finding out not all Polynesians look like mauris...there was a tribe that invented the walk the Moai.. statues and they were ginger...fair and ginger...I'm still trying to comprehend a red head in a leaf lyon cloth and when I saw a very tanned red head on the plane it was not a freak of nature but ...
... a great time hanging out, checking out some local festivities, and even celebrating Canada Day together! I'm sure we will be running into him back home sometime!! Aside from sleeping and eating and making new friends, the only other notable thing we did was watch the incredible sunsets unfold each night. It was a spectacular light show with different cloud formations nearly every night, and it goes without saying that each one was absolutely breathtaking. I'm sure almost half my ...
... in us having to take a tour. After finally arriving back home we were off to a rocky pool for a much deserved swim where we swam with turtles. They were eating the seaweed on the side of the pools and cruising about. Up early and ready for our tour only to then drive around the town for an hour picking everyone up. We eventually got to the first site for the day, Ahu Akahanga. Here we were told that the moai statues represent the deceased chiefs of the tribe and ...
... the lagoons before setting out on the 18km journey back to San Pedro- obviously still accompanied by our new dog. The journey was hellish at points from the severe heat and our tired legs- not helped by the fact that Adam had to donate the rest of his water to the dog, who looked like it was seriously struggling. We arrived back into the town an hour and a half later and as we pulled onto the main street, we turned left, as our dog turned right- never to be seen again. But it ...
On the last morning I headed off to the museum, which wasn't exactly well signposted or marked on the map. Eventually I found it, and rushed around the interesting exhibits all too quickly. I needn't have bothered hurrying. Back at the hotel we were told the plane had been delayed and might not even leave today. A storm in Tahiti had delayed the connecting flight. There were some worried faces - ...