Hotumatua

Avenue Pont Isla De Pascua , Easter Island, Chile | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue Pont Isla De Pascua , Easter Island.
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Travel Blogs from Easter Island

Påskeøen

A travel blog entry by karpatschof on Dec 06, 2013

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Min glæde over at LAN i modsætning til Iberia har en topmoderne flåde af fly med alle tænkelig bekvemtligheder blev kort da det gik op for mig jeg var på vej ud over Stillehavet med en kaptajnen der øjensynligt synes det var sjovere at forlade sin plads for at hyggesludre med medpassagerer end at styre flyvet og at …

Langøre og kortøre

A travel blog entry by karpatschof on Dec 07, 2013

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På påskeøen er der rigtig mange moia-statuer, og de er imponerende. Man taler om, at der er produceret over 800, men af disse kom kun ca. halvdelen ud at gå. Den anden halvdel, ca. 400, ligger spredt på skråningerne af Rano Raraku-fjeldet på den sydlige del af øen. Her blev de udhugget i et stenbrud af …

The Moai the Merrier.....

A travel blog entry by rachels694 on Jun 29, 2014

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“The metaphor is so obvious. Easter Island - isolated in the Pacific Ocean - once the island got into trouble, there was no way they could get free. There was no other people from whom they could get help. In the same way that we on Planet Earth, if we ruin our own [world], we won't be able to get help.” - Jared Diamond


Easter Island



In brief, the prehistory of Easter Island is one of supreme accomplishment, flourishing ...

Exploring the island

A travel blog entry by leanneworth on May 09, 2014

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... down a 300m cliff, swim a mile to a small island and await a particular bird that would nest on the island. The first person to find an egg and swim back with it unbroken climbing the cliff back up was the winner and their tribe leader became the leader of the island for a year. This happened for centuries before the French revolutionaries stopped it in the 18th century. There are some interesting artefacts to see that ...

Such a long day

A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 08, 2014

... road towards the centre of the town. Hanga Roa is the only town on Rapa Nui. On that walk we passed a Moai, the first we had seen. We wandered about briefly looking at the jetty and a couple of restaurant menus before retreating rapidly to the hotel as it was starting to rain. We were to discover that the island experiences frequent, short, heavy showers. We ate dinner in the hotel and managed somehow to stay awake until 10:00pm when we decided to turn out the light and crash ...

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