Mana Nui Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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Meldung zum Krankenstand: Julias Fußgelenk ist auf der äußeren Seite gut geschwollen und tut anständig weh. Wir bleiben beim Verband, aber bewegen kann sie sich. Die Katastrophe bleibt also zunächst aus. Glück gehabt.
Nun sind wir auf der Osterinsel, haben auch schon eine schöne Anlage gesehen, aber wissen eigentlich nicht, welche …
... the Moai was a sort of retribution or part of the pillaging of the enemy villages.
There are 397 complete or near complete Moai in Ranu Raruku, or the Quarry, where all the Moai were carved from the side of the volcano. There are also about 200 that have been abandoned as they were being moved across the island.
We then headed out of town along the coast to our cottage (Hare Natura) that we would be staying in for the next week. The cottage was just on the edge ...
... rocks below.
We spent about 20 minutes in the cave and then climbed back out. By the time we got out of the first cave, there wasn’t time to go to the other two caves. Rey had to return his car by 2pm, and it was already 1pm, so we had to head back. We walked back to where we left the car, got in it, and found that the battery was dead. The lights had been left on while we were checking out the cave. This was not a great situation. ...
... too many statues that destroyed their civilisation. I know im shocked too...decades of cartoon jokes ruined! Turns out after too many Moai statues broke they decided not to do it anymore, fought amongst tribes started by usual tribal politics, a drought dired up resources, a fire burnt down all the trees which only flowered once every 80 to 90 years...so no hope there and one extinction we can't be blamed for...and then Europeans enslaved them or gave them small pox. So if ...
... DAY TO DAY: When we first arrived, we were welcomed warmly by the airport staff who decked us out with local flower necklaces and whatnot, and once we picked up our bags we were carted to Camping Mihinoa, where we pitched our newly bought tent (Bolivia was great for finding camping gear!) and settled in for the two week stay. The campground itself is basically one big field, with two areas with bathrooms/showers (yay hot water!), a large common area with wifi (when they paid the ...