Mana Nui Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
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... The plane was a newer Boeing 787 Dreamliner, HUGE! State of the art entertainment system, great food, comfy seats with plenty of legroom even in economy; it was a great 5 hour flight.
When I stepped out of the plane, I immediately had flashbacks of Kauai- the smell in the air, the humidity; almost (not quite) like being back home!
Thanks to the communication/recommendation from my host for this stay, I immediately went to the booth in ...
Apparently only 1 in 10 ships can successfully access the harbour in Easter Island so we were very fortunate to be able to land. We arrived around 8 am and it was still dark as we were still on Chilean time. Being a tender port and with lots of restrictions on access we finally landed on the island at about 11 am. We had a couple of hours to kill so walked into the town and checked it out. It was a small village ...
... fairer skin. The girls carved some images on the walls that can still be seen today. This was the last part of my adventure with my guide Markus and his company Easter Island Travel (www.easterisland.travel). If you are coming to the island, definitely look him up. Today he asked if he could bring his 2.5 year old son along for the walk. Of course I said yes and it was a lot of fun as he constantly pointed out ...
... my clean clothes now have paw prints, and I've got like 30 hours before I can shower again. *sigh*. The dog situation bugs me, I so want to pet them and feed them, but I know encouraging them is not a good idea. Our cat feeder has been sending pics and updates of our cat every 12 hours. I am still getting txt messages, but not phone calls, or data on my phone. I need the internet for that. Jeff's phone seems to be DOA. If you need us for the next 30 hours, ...
... at the mighty Ahu Tongariki was awe inspiring. This huge Ahu contains 15 moai statues, one of which is the largest ever erected with a weight of 86 tonnes! Standing in front of these powerful statues was incredibly moving and I would go as far to say that it is one of the best places I've ever visited. The statues seem to represent something I cannot quite put my finger on. Perhaps power, prestige, spiritual presence, higher knowledge, respect or all of these combined. ...