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1. Travel to Easter Island: Hanga Roa
Travel to Easter Island: Hanga Roa
A travelogue detailing our brief visit to Easter Island (Rapa Nui). Four days and three nights experiencing magnificent moais and volcanic craters. This lens describes our first day on the island. My wife and I flew out of Lima, Peru on LAN airlines. The previous seven days spent in the country o...
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:10:47
2. Travel to Easter Island: Ahu Tongariki
Travel to Easter Island: Ahu Tongariki
Our next stop on our tour of Easter Island is Ahu Tongariki. This particular site is probably the largest ahu on the island. According to our guide "Frieder" some 30 moai were erected at this ahu at one time or another. All the moais were already toppled over when European contact occurred in the...
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:12:23
3. Travel to Easter Island: Ahu Te Pito Kura
Travel to Easter Island: Ahu Te Pito Kura
The phrases "Te Pito Kura" and "Te Pito o Te Henua" in the Rapa Nui language could both be interpreted to mean "the navel of the world". After our visit to Anakena Beach, the next stop would be Ahu Te Pito Kura. The largest known moai statue to be transported from the nearby Rano Raraku volcanic ...
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:15:07
4. Travel to Easter Island: Anakena Beach
Travel to Easter Island: Anakena Beach
Hooray! After a restful night of sleep, we were awakened to the sound of rain. At times, it rained heavily. To us, this was a good sign. It meant all of the dirt and grime of the previous day would be washed away. By the time we got up for breakfast, the rain had stopped. "Frieder" our guide was ...
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:12:23
5. Travel to Easter Island: Ana Kai Tangata
Travel to Easter Island: Ana Kai Tangata
"Ana Kai Tangata" in the Rapa Nui language (native language of Easter Island) could be interpreted to mean: "the cave where men eat" or "the cave where men are eaten". Cannibalism was practiced throughout Polynesia. Archeological expeditions to Easter Island in the past found little physical evid...
Travel & Places - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 07:06:24

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