Photos of the Moai – The Heads of Easter Island

Alright, I admit it

I got a little click happy on Easter Island

During our six days exploring this tiny and mysterious island I took a little under 1,400 photos. 

This may seem excessive to many, and low to others, but having the gorgeous moai statues (the “heads of Easter Island”) as the subject of your photography makes it incredibly easy to take as many shots as possible.

Armed with a rental car from our friends at Insular Rent a Car, we spent three of our days driving in Easter Island and processing many of the best shots in my favorite style – HDR.

The following are some of our favorites from exploring Rapa Nui.

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Our Favorite Things to Eat in Patagonia (Chile and Argentina)

Aji infused beer at El BolsonIn such a barren landscape as Patagonia, you might expect the fruit and vegetables to be sparse and the quality of restaurant food to be pretty abysmal.  

You would be right.

For the most part we took to cooking our own pasta with canned sauces during our month in Patagonia because fresh food was so hard to come by and pasta was better (and much cheaper) than most anything we could buy in a restaurant.

As terrible as this sounds, there were a few top notch food experiences we had along the way- and they were even more amazing because we’d had so much gross food.

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