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We felt a little apprehensive leaving the room this morning as Chloe had woken up not feeling 100%. Nevertheless we met up with our guide for the day, Marc (a Kiwi) and went straight to the post office to get our passports stamped with the rather cool Rapa Nui stamp. Moving on from here we hit the blustery coast where the sea was wild, whipped up by high winds. The first sight was that of an old Rapa Nui house where the foundations were visible in the ...
... 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 ...
... Anakena with its clean, albeit busy, beach.
After sunset on the beach (never gets boring), we headed back to our home and made stir fry for dinner before seeing a local Mauri show performed by the local Rapa Nui people.
The next day will go down as one of the best of the trip for me. After a solid breakfast, we went ...
... have blocks that keep you from getting anywhere near the statues and getting good pictures, but if you are alone, then you can find some Moai statues that are hidden and not the main sites. The park fee to get anywhere near the statues is a hefty $60… Ouch. This island has a reputation of being really expensive, but I was told that there were campsites for $10 and only minutes from the airport, so it is possible to do Easter Island on a ...
... Negotiator flirted with the truth and fed her some class A bull, she lapped it up and threw across an extra helmet. Safe to say, he neglected to mention that he passed his driving test on the 8th go. Bleary eyed at 05:30, we pushed the quad out onto the road as to not wake anyone. Apprehensively gripping David as we zoomed off into the morning dark, bellowing an evil laugh. The rebel accelerated as though he had suppressed joy riding in the decade it took in learning ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility