This travel-documentary has its good points, as well as its not-so-good points.
The user below (Fuzzy Wuzzy), pretty much, reflects my opinion of how this program was handled by its producers, which allowed its host to become a nuisance by being physically present in the program far too often.
Whenever I sit down to watch a travel-guide documentary - The one thing that I resent having to endure is to have the show's host continually in my face (and trying desperately to be a funny man) for a good part of the time.
And, unfortunately, this was exactly how it was for this 1-hour Chile/Easter Island presentation.
Yes. This Globe-Trekker documentary did, indeed, give me a good look at some fascinating ancient constructions, natural wonders, and unique wildlife of this remote region of the world - But - Half-way into this program, I was, literally, sick to death of host, Ian Wright. I really was.
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