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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaura'a Hotel Hanga Roa
You will be meet by Edith and Bill at the airport.
A nice cold fruit juice and an explanation of what to expect.
Clean and in a good position.
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... it had a view of the sea and had a family of 4 cats and some chickens running around as well. The 4 cats ended up getting a lot of strokes from the both of us and were nearly always waiting for us when we got back from our exploring.
After a quick bit of unpacking we headed back into town on foot (we sort of wanted to hire a car but neither of us had brought a driving licence with us as we weren´t expecting to be driving on our trip)! Just a 10 minute walk along the coast ...
... dancers very full of energy. What can I say other than Easter Island has been brilliant and what I thought was a once in a lifetime place might just have to go on the lost for a revisit!!! Just to top it off, we got upgraded for free to the business class section of the flight. It was such a treat to get loads of space, a huge screen, fully reclining bed and lots of steak and wine. That is how we should always do ...
... in the South Pacific. All terribly exciting.
Then our friends the cockerels in the garden next door started their usual crowing before dawn. It's nice to get back to nature but I would have been delighted if Colonel Sanders had come to take this lot away.
We fly to Tahiti today but our flight is not till midnight. We have paid for a late check out till 6.00pm but Jarkko says he does not need the room so we can stay till we are picked up to go to the airport.
... the photos and now we actual saw. This time it was the Moai’s of Easter Island ‘up close and personal’.
They are large and yet again it poses the question …. why and how? There are lots of theories but the scientists still do not have all the answers.
While others scoured the island looking for every Moai they could find we limited ourselves to those along the ...
... is 3X the mainland.
We first visited Ahu Tahai, where you'll see plenty of photos. In fact I have about two hundred photos from today - yikes! Edmundo explained to us that this all likely started in Taiwan 5000 years ago. He said that in 3500 BC that natives traveled East, and first inhabited Samoa and Fiji in 1500 BC. Finally in 900 to 1000 BC they reached Easter Island. He said sweet potatoes were the main staple, but that the new ...