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TravelPod Member ReviewsIorana Hotel Easter Island
The hotel is about 10 minutes drive from the airport and about a 15 minute walk to the town of Hanga Roa. Rooms are clean and comfortable with a mini refrigerator. No TV and no wi-fi access. However, from our room we had a view of the ocean that was to die for. There is a small restaurant which supplies a substantial breakfast buffet and dinners are also served here. We would recommend this to all.
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... for doubting him. Oops.
Dietrich and I did the wandering thing again, this time only for 2 hours from 7 until 9 AM. We slept all day once we found a place, ate hot dogs when we woke up, and bought phone chargers.
I bought some apples and Limón Soda too.
We went to sleep and got on a bus to Pucón the next morning. That's all I have to say about that.
... a day, no insurance and no questions asked. (Icelad déjà vu.) Wheels down at 12:30, Jimmy and I were off by 2pm. My time was limited here. Vamanos.
Did I see some stuff. I started at the ancient ceremonial village of Orongo at one of the peaks, with views to die for. The Birdman Competition took place here. Original tribes sent their most badass man to scale cliffs down to the water, swim 2km out to a rock formation, grab an egg from a Sooty Tern bird, signal ...
... Santiago, we boarded our last leg of the trip that took just over 5.5 hours till we touched down in the tiny airport of Easter Island. We rented a vehicle and as soon as we picked up our luggage a nice gentleman from the rental car was waiting to hand us the keys. We found our way to our hotel, dropped our bags and immediately went out to see some sites. Over the next five days we immersed ourselves into the culture, sounds, dance, food and magic of the island. This ...
... how they were transported out of quarry and around the island - sounds very difficult!!!
There are many stories of why and whom these were built for but the Rapa Nui people were almost extinct due to either infighting between clans, disease from western visitors or islanders taken to be slaves in Peru. Unfortunately no one is left that can translate the old writings or symbols, so all is hearsay or what was written in journals ...
... Canal Street scene was first taking off.
There were definitely some bright characters there, who would leave their table, beers and chips and return half an hour later and resume eating and drinking the same stuff. We love watching the world go by.
On our way back to the flat, we passed a German style pub on O'Higgins and that was packed to the gunnels.
Back at the flat, we watched the city lights come on from the ...