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TravelPod Member ReviewsO'tai Hotel Easter Island
Shame about the cockerel at 4am
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... manage to get that back home, she ended up not getting it. I found my souvenir moai pretty easily. I only bought one. The sales lady even brought the price down for me. I felt special. After searching in the other shops and unsatisfied with the quality of moai souvenirs, I went back to the same shop to buy another one. A man was watching over the shop. I was expecting to haggle with him and tell him that the ...
... took five hours. Easter Island was actually the first stop for the plane. Its final destination was Tahiti. We were served a chicken and rice dinner with wine, bread, and a creamy pastry. I was monitoring our flight progress on the virtual map. We were literally flying to the middle of the Pacific. We arrived at Easter Island close to 10 pm local time. We exited the plane and walked on the tarmac. One of ...
... coast and were able to take some long range shots of a few Moais, which even from a distance looked pretty cool.
Haven’t done too much during the last 4 days. Place got sea sick for the first time the day after we left Lima. It was fairly rough seas and cold. She was better the next day after not eating much and not having a drink (yes, not a drink for the ...
... pretty interesting crawling around, albeit a bit scary. Definitely worth it though when we got to the end and saw we were poking right out from the middle of a cliff face to the ocean! It was a fairly long walk, and with the daunting task of having to walk back ahead of us, decided that we didn't feel like it and proceeded to hitch hike! As a final note here, I must say that hitchhiking here is probably the easiest way to get around if you're a traveler! We did hitch a few times to ...
... feeling we hoped for. From the beginning, most of the moai's were knocked down. We finally arrived at a few that were standing and they were impressive. We didn't pay the National Park fee so we couldn't access two areas that supposedly have a good view of some.
The area we liked the most was Tonjariki. This is a great place to see the sunrise, takes about 30 minutes to drive to. We'll see if we make it there tomorrow. ...