Hotel Puku Vai
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 56 minutes of bottom time! Erich also did an additional dive (my darn ears acting up as always) out at the birdman islands for an incredible wall dive I'm sure he's never going to forget. With all of our incredible moments while diving here, we did manage to have a few hiccups. Our last dive for instance, was a complete and total gong show. It was a bit rougher out, and the location that was chosen had some tricky currents. It was supposed to have some amazing formations however ...
... as cranes. No one to this day knows how those early people managed it although there are a number of theories. This site has the largest number of Moai we were to see in one place and is located quite close to the quarry where they were carved. We were able to walk around the site although had to stay well away from the platform on which the Moai were standing. There are very strict regulations in place to protect the Moai and no one is allowed to touch them. In some ...
... and out to the cemetery. Just past the cemetery is a ceremonial ground where they have restored some of the Maori. They have a few set up on the platforms and one that they have restored the eyes. We had dinner tonight at a great place right on the edge of the ocean and watched the sun set while enjoying fresh fish and a nice bottle of Chilean ...
... is nice with red wine and I watch 2 films. The kids do the same and stay awake during the smooth flight. You wouldn’t know you’re in a plane. Tahiti is 3 hours ahead but a day behind. So we land at 4am on the 1st of November. It’s nice to start the day again when you’ve had an unpleasant one. It’s hot and humid in Tahiti at 4am and by the time we reach our hotel the sun is up. We sleep for a few hours in a temporary room before changing rooms. ...
... distinguished professors from Dartmouth and Princeton, respectively. Ron spoke on the mysteries of Easter Island, and Fred spoke on observing and studying nature. You will see some of my photos of our approach into Easter Island, and you can quite clearly see one of the old volcanos. Our pilot went out of her way to give us a special tour of the island. We landed in Easter Island at about 8PM. After we ...