Micronesia: Kosrae – Lelu Ruins

Lelu ruins are the remains of the 14-15th century royal grounds built by the prehistoric pacific civilization on Kosrae. Not much remains today – just the remnants of buildings, passageway, burial grounds, and city walls – time, neglect, and jungle takes its toll. Nevertheless, it’s still is a Tombraider experience somewhat reminiscent of Cambodian temples, plus there are absolutely no other tourists. Perhaps UNESCO should allocate money to restoring this jewel – it’s way more important and needed than at a European site (no disrespect).