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Travel Blogs from Easter Island
the easter island is a very beautiful place with many many nice sites where you can see the moais many of them!!!
on the island lives ~ 4000 inhabitants the post must be picked up at the correodechile (postoffice)
We had to go north to Santiago for more flights eventually so we began this journey by heading to Chillan, an important market town in central Chile. Also notable about the town was that they had been forced to move it as earthquakes destroyed it on a seemingly regular basis. Rather that clean up the mess, they just moved it nearby and the old town …
... was quite dirty and dusty inside, but it drove fine.
The island is really small. With a triangle shape, the longest side being only about 14 km. Only about 7000 people live there. Most of the surface of the island is a National Park.
We went to dinner at a restaurant in the only town, Hanga Roa. We had delicious grilled mahi mahi. We were thrilled to have fish for dinner. Argentina spells the word "fish" with 4 letters ...
... to gracefully accept.
Easter Island is 2400 miles from Santiago and said to be the remotest inhabited island in the world. It is tiny and we can see the whole island as we come in. We seem to fly past it and I wonder if the pilot has missed it but he turns to land facing in the opposite direction. The length of the runway is almost the width of the island.
All the female passengers get handed a yellow flower as we enter the terminal. It makes Kathleen ...
... br> Easter Island may be so isolated and too far but once you get there, it
allows visitors to find out what they came for: stand in silent awe
of the moai and by doing so you get to know their secrets. It's
guaranteed, you will have no shortage of stopping and gawking
allowing you to listen and honor if not to pray and worship such
cultural hallmarks! We just did it!