Nabulwinjbulwinj, Kakadu, Australia
This peculiar Pacific begins in tropical Australia near Indonesia, to cross the continent from north to south, without neglecting the Red Centre, to continue in the land of the Long White Cloud, Maori Ao Tea Roa with ancestral legends stem from the legendary Kahiki somewhere in the Great Ocean until reach the shores of Maui's canoe, the South Island, where the great glacial closed the land of the sounds. In the North Island still resonate the names of Abel Tasman and James Cook near the Bay of Islands, where was sunk the Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior. From time to time centre volcanoes awake, in Tongariro, south of Rotorua and Hell's Gate hot springs; vines grow in Hawkins Bay, people dress vintage in Napier and ancient trees cast their shadows in Waiopua forests. Much further east, in Fiji, meet relatives of former cannibals with the main course ones, the excuse is the sole of a shoe. In the islands of the Society there’s still the trail of Robert Louis Stevenson and Paul Gauguin after the golden of a Hinano beer. While on the once called Sandwich and today Hawaii shelter places remains, ancestral in Pu'uhonua, latest in Pearl Harbour, before reaching the other refuge that welcomed lepers, Father Damien and a server on the Island of Molokai.
Waitangi, North Island, New Zealand
Viti Levu, Fiji
Lava flow on the Big Island, Hawaii
Moorea, Society Islands, French Polinesia