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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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... a great time hanging out, checking out some local festivities, and even celebrating Canada Day together! I'm sure we will be running into him back home sometime!! Aside from sleeping and eating and making new friends, the only other notable thing we did was watch the incredible sunsets unfold each night. It was a spectacular light show with different cloud formations nearly every night, and it goes without saying that each one was absolutely breathtaking. I'm sure almost half my ...
... continuar fent gimnàstica a la sorra blanca. Ja estan cansades dels Moai.
L’últim sopar que fem a l’illa és al restaurant La Kaleta, davant del mar. Podríem ben be ser a Menorca. Mengem una espècie de cebiche boníssim i també risotto amb gambes.
Altres coses curioses de l’Illa de Pasqua són per exemple que hi ha cavalls per tot arreu que van deixats anar i pasturen lliures. L’illa és molt verda i ...
... their paper airplanes. In the evening we eat out for the first time in weeks and we treat the kids (and us) with ice-cream. The driver from the airport is acting as tour guide today and drives us around the island. Once upon a time there were 800 mauis on the island. Today there are about 30 standing and loads flat on their faces. One site has been restored with 15 standing mauis. It’s impressive considering the barren landscape and the amount of work involved. The kids are ...
... carve the moai. The quarry was abandoned when the moai cult came to an end - the workers simply dropped their tools and left from one day to the other. First you can walk around the quarry and witness many moai either still attached to the rock face or on their way to be transported down to the coast. The largest moai ever to be produced (21m) was never completed and separated from the rock. It is almost twice the size of the largest ever completed and erected moai. Many of the ...
... there are only about a dozen people here today and the whole place is largely untouched (this is the only place outside Hanga Roa that you can buy food – but it’s largely barbequed stuff in huts near the beach as there’s no electricity here!) Given how quiet the site is we also use the opportunity to follow up on promises we’d made – to get a photo of us with moai with our Charles and Camilla masks (for Andrew), and also to get one with a pot ...