Hanana's Residential (Mata Vai Rahi)
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... for everything, I feel at home in Chile already because I have her perspective to learn from and with her help I have found myself in situations where I can chat to Chileans about stuff, she even took me shopping for things I needed and she hates shopping! She's told me about the damage the forestry industry is doing to the Chilean ecosystems, the floods this year in the Northern desert area, the ...
... our identity. It’s helps us be Rapanui.”
I asked when he thought independence would come.
“We are ready for independence now, but the international political situation isn’t prepared for it. Perhaps in five years. I have a responsibility as prince, to serve the people, to try to make a difference.”
Prince Kai has three children, 20, 15, and 8 years old. I asked if the absence of higher education on Rapa Nui was ...
... time, and told a little about 'the secrets if ship navigation'.
There was the talent show in the aftrenoon again, some of the same crew, but of course different guests!
Had afternoon tea with some interesting folk again. A Swiss/American couple had been to NZ and were raving about the NZ icecream, and she said ' especially the one that begins with K' - Kapiti? we asked. Yes!! Imagine that! Swiss/American on the high seas off The ...
Our guide had prepared a lunch for us and she choose a spot by the sea to sit and eat. She made us wonderful sandwiches, cut up watermelon and sweet pineapple. We enjoyed sitting there and looking out into the sea.
The above is not in the exact order of the travels of the day, but gives you an idea on how we spent our time on Easter Island. It was a fantastic tour. The pictures will show just how great it was.
Until next time...
We arrive in Santiago early Friday morning the 26th of December, to get our car and drive 6 hours to our apartments in Concepcion. After a long night sleep off to the beach we went. Since Chile has many volcanos the sand is black, which I had never seen black sand beaches ...