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... happen if the Chilean government offered a compromise, say a moratorium on immigration, with the current Chilean residents permitted to stay.
The prince answered quickly, “There is no compromise possible on immigration. It must stop now. Chile simply wants to keep Rapa Nui. In earlier protests it wasn’t all Rapanui involved in the protest. But now everyone is involved and supporting the protests. But even those who work with the Chileans ...
... with Erity Tea Have, the head of the Chiefs' Council, I drove to the barricade blocking the road to the Orongo crater and met with two more leaders of the protest movement. First was Hugo Teave Hey, 56 years old and fluent in English.
“The protest is against the government of the State of Chile for our right to the land. We don’t own any land here, it belongs to the nation. This protest comes from 1888. In my view this is ...
... appear on Easter Island in the 18th century they found a society already in clear decline, having lost its access to wood and much of its ability to harvest the surrounding sea in boats or using nets, or to even to build houses. The arriving explorers were deeply puzzled that a civilization that had built, moved and erected such huge, refined statuary had become degraded to the point where people were living in caves and barely subsisting. According ...
... get a pedicure and it was a good one. They offer gels for polish, but I just got regular nail polish. The salon was a busy place.
We met Bill and Rose in the Avenue Saloon after dinner one evening. We tried some different drinks, a Singapore Sling, but I found it to be on the bitter side. I ended up with a clear chocolate martini which was a lot better.
... to do some shopping. Most of the town's shops were along one of the island's mail roads. We some some yummy ice cream near the dock and bought some orange pound cake from a bakery. Thanks to a shopkeeper who spoke excellent English, we found the Japanese restaurant and made our reservation on time. The owner warmly greeted us. The owner was Chilean who apparently lived in Japan for ten years and studied their cuisine. ...