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3 Mar ’12

So this island is lost in the big, wide Pacific Ocean. The closest airport is 5,5 hours to Lima or Santiago de Chile or Papeete in Tahiti. “this is the belly of the world” claim the Rapa Nui people. Even better, once specific round stone, coming from another island, represents the belly button. To prove there is something strange about it, a compass goes completely wild when holding it above the stone. No sense of direction anymore when you are on top of the womb of planet earth.

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