Hotel Oceania Rapa Nui
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... relatively) recent history of the Chilean dictatorship which took place between 1973 and 1988 before Pinochet was voted out and democracy returned in 1990. We were both taken aback by how little we really knew about it all and listening to stories of the atrocities and human rights violations that took place against so many people was sobering. There are still mixed opinions on this era of their history and it is obviously a highly emotive subject among many Chileans to this day.
... the pond. There was a wooden fence that had collapsed so I gather it was free to roam inside. There were lots of moais there. And they were unprotected. You literally can go up and touch them! At this point we were starting to get moai'ed out. We've seen a lot of them the past few days.
We had one more ahu to go to up north -- Ahu Anakena. According to Paul, these were the best preserved moai. The moai were on a beach and ...
... all to myself and he filled my head full of facts, figures, stories and legends. It was great. I've another full day trip tomorrow visiting areas in the south and west. I leave on Sunday afternoon with that 5 hour flight back to Santiago then have 3 free days in the city before I start my 2 week tour heading south from the capital. I'm attaching a few photos from today, hopefully they'll send ok.
... us to the entrance of the hotel. We checked in and they gave us a fresh mango and passion fruit drink, delicious. We settled in and decided to have lunch near the bar. The menu was slim but whoever made it chose to price everything at $20, $30, or $40. We both got the chicken sandwich, but Jess got a little something extra. A small black slug was hanging out on her lettuce leaf, cute little guy.
The waitress seemed to brush it off like it ...
... the San Diego owned gourmet burger/ beer bar and the second being the 15 new born puppies at our hostel. So 5 days later, we left Pucon, deflated in having not hiked the volcano, but full of burgers and puppy love. Now it was time for an arduous 35 hour journey up to northern Chile!!
Just 500km south of where the recent 8.2 earthquake had hit in Chile, we arrived in San Pedro de Atacama. We'd also recently decided to change our plans to couchsurf in the port city ...