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... be married to an islander, or have a child in the island. Otherwise, those who have come for fun or for a new lifestyle and no blood connection, they would have to leave.”
If Chile compromises, and says no immigration for this period of time, moratorium, study it, what would you say?
“It will have to go into hermetic situation, absolutely stop immigration. There can be a mediator, but no exceptions.”
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... usually including a shrine area where offerings were made to deities and spirits, and images of gods were placed. Rituals included song, dance, the chanting of sacred formulae, and in many islands the drinking of kava. Most of the priests were male, but women played a key role in bestowing or removing taboo, holiness. The female body was the link between the sacred and temporal realms. On some islands a human sacrifice would be made on special occasions such as ...
... egg was the following year’s leader. Good story, I guess. Is it true? Maybe.
At Ahu Tongariki, we saw 15 moai sitting up on their ahu with some great “hats”. The hat, or top knot, didn’t seem to have a name but, call it what you will, what was important was the color – red. It seems that red was a royal color, not unusual in many places in the world. Chase and Tai really seemed to enjoy this site as ...
... on the hillside and have a 1,000 of them there. If it's nice tomorrow, we'll go there and Orongo or Rano Kau. They make up the National Park, so thats when you need the pass.
We stopped at Supermercado on the way back from some Cup-of-Soup's and Cheetos to snack on. We are not eating at the hotel, if we can help it. We plan on going somewhere local tonight to grab some dinner. Tomorrow is our last full day here.
... 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 ...