Hotel Tiare Pacific
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... a cloud in the sky! Erich was the only one who could drive stick sufficiently enough on a rental car, so I got to sit shotgun woohoo! After fumbling around a bit to find the centre to buy park tickets (harder than we thought considering how small this island is!) we were on our way, heading towards the east coast. Due to centuries of deforestation from the indigenous people's, practically the whole island is treeless, which made for a lot of vast, open landscapes. This plus the ...
... They would start by carving and shaping the face and body whilst still in the rock face. Once this is completed they dig in at an angle from either side and place tree trunks under it to roll it down the hill to stand it up. Now they are able to carve the ears and back of the moai. When all of the carving is completed they transport the moai to the village. Some of these are on the top of high cliffs on the other side of the island. To this day they are ...
... we could not fly to the island a week earlier!).
Rapa Nui has been a fascinating spot with a unique and interesting culture. It was a great addition to our itinerary. Next stop, Tahiti, 4000 km from here.
Després de passar 3 mesos fantàstics a Amèrica del Sud, marxem cap a l’Illa de Pasqua. Tot i que aquesta illa és part de Xile, per la seva ...
... became a landmark.
I realized that from an outsiders perspective, life seemed to have
moved elsewhere. Here, there is a feeling of peace, solitude and
timelessness. One doesn't think it's all reconstruction. The beauty
and the landscape is enough for me. Anyway I look at it, I know
that somehow, it is connecting me deeply with the powerful natural
world in this isolated land, and with the people who live in it.
Then my husband touched ...
... A weekly cargo ship keeps them well stocked and diesel fuel is used for power Despite being Chilean it definitely has a Polynesian feel to it Everything is unsurprisingly more expensive Horses outnumber the 6,000 population I even saw a young man riding into town, headphones on I also saw cows and pigs but no sheep There's barely a two-storey house yet they don't suffer from earthquakes, ...