Explora Rapa Nui
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... that's the rest of the island. There was even a nice wooden walkway that went towards the beach. There were also come public cabanas where people can picnic and some nice looking food stalls nearby. In the distance, was a yacht. This was an unexpected change from the rest of the island that looked poorer and full of cow and horse dung. I guess we know where all the money is on the island. Though there was just one small beach ...
... next in their pretty revealing outfits. Near the end one headed off stage towards Niki....no it was Susan that he grabbed, not enough wine for this. Next dance it was Nik's turn who deemed the guys very "shiny" when returning safely to her seat. After the sun went down we headed out with Sisse and a few others to photograph a Moai at night. The moon was too bright for the milkyway to show up but we ...
... followed by environmental devastation and decline. Although it is not agreed when people first arrived on Easter Island (with estimates ranging from several hundred to more than one thousand years ago), consensus seems to be that the first peoples arrived from Polynesia. Rather than being inhabited by mistake or chance, evidence has suggested that Easter Island was colonized deliberately by large boats with many settlers -- a remarkable feat given the distance ...
... below the ground having been covered up over the years or just merged into the rock and you couldn't obviously see them straight away. The trend had become to make the statues much bigger and so there were some in there about 20 meters tall. However they couldn't move these huge statues. One day the workers basically stopped work, killed the king, destroyed lots of their own statues and refused to make any ...
... European visitor to the island, not-so-creative Dutch explorer Jacob Roggeveen called the place "Easter Island" simply because he arrived on Easter Sunday in 1722.
Rapa Nui is often referred to as the most isolated inhabited island in the world and that's easy to believe. For us, it's been a 24 hour red-eye series of flights which included a five hour flight due east of Santiago (only the Chilean airline, LAN, is allowed to fly in). With the nearest ...