Globe Trekker: Chile and Easter Island

Overview

Originally titled The Lonely Planet and later renamed Globe Trekker for broadcast on American public television, the U.K. adventure travel series takes viewers along for the ride as the hosts visit a vast array of international locales. Globe Trekker: Chile and Easter Island ventures to the South American nation of Chile before heading west to the mysterious Easter Island. The episode is presented in full-screen with Dolby Digital Stereo sound. Additionally, the disc includes ...
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Overview

Originally titled The Lonely Planet and later renamed Globe Trekker for broadcast on American public television, the U.K. adventure travel series takes viewers along for the ride as the hosts visit a vast array of international locales. Globe Trekker: Chile and Easter Island ventures to the South American nation of Chile before heading west to the mysterious Easter Island. The episode is presented in full-screen with Dolby Digital Stereo sound. Additionally, the disc includes web links for more travel information.
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Special Features

Round the world tour; Essential travel information; Specially composed soundtrack
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/1/2004
  • UPC: 637101121442
  • Source: Pilot Productions
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Language: English
  • Time: 60:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 60,298

Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Introduction [2:02]
2. The Atacama Desert [2:27]
3. San Pedro [11:25]
4. Cerro Tololo, Los Vàsquez and Santiago [6:26]
5. Temuco and Frutillar [8:58]
6. Punta Arenas and Torres del Paine National Park [7:23]
7. Robinson Crusoe Island [4:05]
8. Easter Island [6:12]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play Program
   Chapter List
   Special Features
      Internet Info
      Round the World
      Travel
      Climate
      Food
      Festivals
      Historic Sites
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 19, 2002

    A Bit Disappointing

    I am a big fan of the Globe Trekker series and was looking forward to seeing this episode as I am going to Chile in February. Now, I fully understand that part of the appeal of the series is experiencing the ''off the beaten path'' adventures with the hosts (In this case it is Ian). However, more time was spent showing Ian drinking with some locals and trying to get around a train conductor in the narrow corridor of a 1930s era train than on the whole of the City of Santiago. The last quarter of the tape where Ian visits Grey Glacier(?) provides some of the most fantastic views of the the landscape. I got the distinct impression that this was footage edited out of a larger show and that there will be another tape/DVD put out that will cover the parts that this one glossed over. Such as the two tapes for Brazil and Rio.

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