It’s very simple. Around the church in this village, a small cemetery. In such areas it is impossible to dig the grave, land – solid minerals, all okamelo. They do not even need to lay asphalt. To bury the dead, it is necessary to put the coffin on the ground and fill it with concrete. It turns like a sarcophagus.
We also visited in the Mara, this is a special home Meeting for Maori. There’s my rule: when you log all must take off one’s shoes, there’s never allowed to talk to women … For tourists in Mara arrange a short excursion into the country’s history and Maori Maori show Haku, the most fearsome war dance, in the execution of which must be very frightened enemies and sing their melodious songs of stunningly beautiful, each of which – the legend of the life of the Maori. We are very interested in telling about Maori ornaments, the Maori god and explained how to recognize a god for what is already aware of this and how to use it: to protect the home, to bring the friendly forces, a god to put on the street, and some in the house. What is an amulet and what to wear around his neck.
Amulets are made traditionally of jade, which is produced in large quantities, or from the bone. They told us about the color in the ornament, which means that color. But I liked the phrase uttered by our guide: ornament – it is the wisdom of the people, he should know and be able to read and understand, and Glahn, it should be protected.