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'Launching My Pacific Odyssey on the Trail to Orongo' travel story on slow travel blog Teja on the Horizon | The rim of Rano Kau volcano crater lake looking out to the Pacific Ocean 4

Launching My Pacific Odyssey While Hiking to Orongo

I decided to hike to Orongo, after my successful attempts to visit the moai-era archaeological sites of Rapa Nui. As the ritual site representing the cult that came to be following the doom of Easter Island’s moai-building social order, Orongo...

Is Boracay Worth Going in the Rainy Season? | Boracay Station 1 beach at the water's edge under looming banks of rain clouds | Travel guide article on sustainable travel blog Teja on the Horizon | Boracay off peak season | Boracay holiday | Boracay typhoon season | Boracay vacation 10

Is Boracay Worth Going in the Rainy Season?

The Philippines has a distinct typhoon season towards the middle to later months of the year (although as climate change progresses, it is becoming a bit less distinct – and ‘typhoonier’). This does not mean that there are typhoons all...

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