Hotel Oceania Rapa Nui
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the beautiful beach.
On our final day, we made a quick trip into town in the morning for a last glimpse of the Tahai area, the town, and the bakery, and then transferred back to Santiago on an afternoon flight. Adventure over in 4 very swift days, but unforgettable and highly recommended to anyone who has even the slightest interest in the uniqueness of Easter Island - well worth the extra flight out from Santiago, which is an excellent base for getting there. Go and ...
... on past this, as tempting as it would be to stop here- and get to Torres campsite which is within striking distance of the peaks. It gets windy on this part of the trek, in fact neither of us had ever experienced wind like it- the dust being whipped up was blinding and we narrowly avoided being blown off the trail altogether! We finally got to campsite Torres by mid-afternoon and pondered what to do. We'd been told that scrambling up to see the Torres, which overlook a crystal ...
... has a population of about 6000 and three flights a day from Chile. What more could you ask for? Maybe a dock. Easter Island doesn’t have one so the Serenity drops anchor in the harbor, if you can call it that, actually Cook Bay, and tenders the crowd on to shore. Seas were high, so disembarkation and tendering was a bit of problem which, for a crowd like the one that sails on the Serenity, is major headache! What, you mean I have to walk ...
... a place Chile has become since then- the most developed South American nation and a highly progressive one as it looks on track to meet its target of becoming a 'first world' nation by 2020.
We took (yet) another walking tour to get our bearings in Santiago and were so glad we did as it ranked high on our list of walking tours, at #2. Still behind Medellin but there's no shame in that. I'll try and get round to publishing a list of the best walking tours we've taken when we ...
... and releasing their "essence". Also around that time, for some unknown reason moai production stopped. One theory was an earthquake that topped a bunch of the moais. Around the 1600's, Europeans found the island and started enslaving many of the Rana Nui. They also brought disease that wiped out much of the population. The island has such a sad history.
The island was rediscovered in the 1960-70's and many archaeologists came to the ...