Hotel Oceania Rapa Nui
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We have been to a few shows, a magician show which was really good, a cabaret comedy act (who we had seen before) was also good and Place enjoyed and singer and dancers show which was good as well.
On Sunday it was Dawn & Grahams’ (back bar buddies) 40th wedding anniversary so the six of us from the back bar (Mal ...
... On a side note, Chileans seem to put cream cheese on everything. Including a turkey and cheese sandwich I had earlier and now a hot chicken sandwich.
We relaxed near the lobby then decided to go out for a trek. We wandered a couple blocks but decided to head beck before it got too dark. We are going to rent a car tomorrow and see the moai statues on our own. If that ends up as a failure, we're gonna take a tour on Tuesday.
... decided to stop at a guestless hostel/wellness centre/horse farm in the middle of nowhere just to have a look. He asked the owners to show us around the rather neglected premises, which in my humble opinion were in sore need of some maintenance and TLC. Jorge almost wet his pants with excitement when he saw their solar panel and immediately had to play around with it. The rest of us kind of stood around awkwardly. I befriended their horse. The whole ...
... had not been called to the gate and we were watching the LAN crew buying what appeared to be cartloads of cigarettes. That is of course an exaggeration but when your flight should have taken off five minutes previously and the agin crew are still in the duty free stocking up on cigarettes that is what it seems like. Eventually the crew had finished shopping and made for the plane. It is probably a rare chance for them to buy duty free goods as they might generally be ...
Blonde Easter Island, or Rapa Nui as it's known to the locals, is the most remote inhabited place on Earth. Over 3,700km from mainland Chile, it is the most Southern Eastern point of the Polynesian triangle; New Zealand and Hawaii complete the trio. The earliest archaeologist evidence of Rapa Nui inhabitants dates back to around AD 800, however it's history has been highly controversial. According to tradition, the initial settlers were led by King Hotu Matu'a, who ...