Hotel Tiare Pacific
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... edge of the volcano and had a fantastic view down into the crater (about1.6km wide) where there is a beautiful lake.
Today we visited the local museum, Museo Anthropologico Sebastian Englert where we were able to get a better understanding of how the island, Moai and the Birdman cult were created. It also helped to explain some of the different theories into why the Moai were made and how they were moved. Then just before sunset I walked down to the sea to ...
... s pretty obvious where it got its name from the time when you first get in the water. There is a giant moai under the water that was apparently put there for diving purposes. It was at a depth of 23 meters, and this was the deepest we would go for the day. The dive masters were really good about giving us time to get pictures with the moai before moving on. That was the real highlight of the dive, but the rest of it was ...
... faces and huge crashing waves made for incredible photos! In no time at all, we were running into fallen over moai, some in better shape than others. While these fallen statues were pretty neat, we were all very eager to get going and see the big stuff! Once we had stopped once or twice along the way, we were finally at our first big attraction: The Quarry. This is where these iconic statues were created! Carved directly from this central volcanic crater, the indigenous people managed ...
... as when we got off our flight, the lady from where we was staying was waiting to pick us up. This was great as we'd only booked a room not saying when we were flying in etc but in a place where there is only one flight a day, I guess they pretty much know! We were given flower garlands and a tour of the little town before settling into our room. We went into town for some lunch and realised why you tend to ...
... The tallest moai on this site is 10m tall and the heaviest 86 tons. Our final stop for the day was at the only beach on the island where there are two platforms (Ahu). It makes a beautiful setting with sand and palm trees in the background. We woke this morning to find a huge cruise ship parked up in front of our place. Our last full day on the island we decided to hire bikes. After cycling to the airport to try and locate Chris's reading glasses that he left ...