I am constantly amazed at the stunning differences as we move further west across the Pacific. By the weekend we will be in Tahiti. One day no internet and the next day service!
In Arica, Chile the markets are piled high with fresh produce and prices that are cents to our dollar. A week later we are dropping off eggs to nine families that have lived on Pitcairn Island together since a mutiny centuries ago. On Easter Island, the world’s most remote location, there is a modern runway for jet aircraft yet hundreds of horses run wild across the island and down the streets of town. What is normal you might ask.
That’s a lot of eggs. I would love to see the wild horses. I think you are enjoying yourselves.
Less fun in normal!