Easter Island, or Isla de Pascua in Spanish and Rapanui in the island's Polynesian language, is a Chilean territory in the eastern edge of the Pacific Ocean. It is quite awesome that my free stopovers to Santiago has taken me from New Zealand, which is the south western vertex of the Polynesian Pacific triangle to French... Continue Reading →
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In addition to Bora Bora, My island hopping in French Polynesia also included a road trip around Tahiti (including Papeete) and the neighbouring island of Moorea. A great way to see the sites around Tahiti is to rent a car and drive around by yourself. The ring road around Tahiti is easy to drive, although there... Continue Reading →
French Polynesia consists of 118 islands and atolls, organised into five geographically dispersed island groups with exotic names like the Windward & Leeward Islands, Tuamotu Archipelago, Gambier Islands, Marquesas Islands, and Austral Islands. As a French overseas country, French Polynesia has an interesting French influence, while still retaining its South Pacific identity. I had a... Continue Reading →
One of the question that I get asked very often is "How can you afford to travel for so long?". The short answer is budgeting, both in the lead up to my travels and also while travelling. I have been wanting to take an extended time off work to travel for about four years before I... Continue Reading →
14 March 2017 OK for the few who started following my travel blog during the previous installment of my world travel, you may have been very disappointed with the lack of updates. I started out well but I the travel pace was too fast (never a boring day), and also I preferred to be talking to... Continue Reading →
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