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Travel Blogs from Easter Island
I typed out my post and then it erased....booo so now you'll get the ****** version..
Ok so we went to Easter Island for 3 days. Pretty cool. It was on our top 5 places to see in the world. What was interesting to me was how few people knew about this place. uhm people need to educate themselves of the world outside the United States. I know there are cool ...
... be a painful ride in the tender.
We walked into town which someone said took about 5 minutes. Wrong. Add about 40 minutes.
Practically the entire island is a national park and the town is very small. Because it was Sunday very few places were open. Also we had arrived a half a day early. We walked the main street and did a little souvenir shopping and then took a taxi back to the ship.
Monday morning we hooked ...
... a lot of hiking today and the terrain had lots of large, black volcanic stones. These stones helped to blended in the massive amounts of horse poop. We all helped each other stay away by yelling, "Not a Stone!"
Our tour lasted 8 ½ hours and we were exhausted by the end of the day. We spent the rest of the night relaxing, going into town for a quick dinner, and writing this blog!
Thank you for reading,
... Madrid, had studding biology at Nottingham, carried his own anti-venom, and was doing 8 days in the jungle purely looking for snakes. Man the bugs loved him, even the Chinese girls donated their 'after bug bite cream' to him. I tried this, amazing stuff, damn the Chinese are good at medicine). Lastly it is very relaxed and sunset isn't until 9.30 due to some time zone quirk. As I've been used to lights out at ...
... way, where the coastal shore was reserved for the ceremonial centers and high ranking groups. Common families lived in the interior of the island, and there they constructed houses, planted crops and bred animals.
Crisis and Survival
For centuries, the religious belief of worshiping ancestors was the focus of life for the island people, which manifested in the construction of AHU, the carving of the MOAI and other artistic expressions.
In parallel, survival in ...