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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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... walls, tables with bench seats offer local cuisine. Gary was happy to hang out here with yet more of his mucho amigos, while we ordered (with his help) delicious, though long awaited, empanadas. Back closer to the main town we visited another set of moai, the only ones facing the ocean. These are said to represent seven young explorers who set out in search of new land. Our exploration concluded in the main township of Hanga ...
... overlook the ocean. Another cave was Ana Te Pora. The people who lived in this cave liked big open space with a table in the middle and beds around the outside. One of the isolated villages was Te Peu. Many of the boat houses of good condition can be seen here and they surround two great Ahu platforms. The valley of Maikati Te Moa is a settlement with a few boat houses and an interesting Ahu. The back of the wall is made with ...
... implicit, and often explicit, violence of the process. "They were here for centuries and built a culture and civilization," the invaders say, “But we have come, we are stronger, and we now outnumber them and take possession of what was theirs.”
But this is spring in the year 2015, and on a small island in the isolated southeastern Pacific a people, few in number but with an ancient culture, are taking a stand. They are refusing to ...
... The crazy building contest between Reformation and Counter-Reformation Christian movements does not appear to have adversely affected the builders of those churches: what hurt was the warfare that followed. And the great and very expensive mosques erected everywhere in Ottoman Turkey did not slow the empire's growth or its prosperity. Spiritual financial excess rarely causes much real damage to a culture.
But Easter Island might be the one exception to that ...
... most people think of when they think Easter Island, as it's easily the most iconic photo taken there. At this site, fifteen very impressive moai have been restored and stood up, all in a row (duh), backs facing the ocean. Again, absolutely breathtaking. Apparently if you get up early enough, you can come sit and watch the sunrise up though the spaces between the statues. (unfortunately this is literally the one thing we didn't do, because we didn't want to rent another car, and we ...