Polynesian women for dating
Polynesian women for dating
The first view is supported by linguistic and ethnographic data, but there is genetic evidence for the second hypothesis.
The Express Train Hypothesis says that Polynesians come originally from Taiwan by way of the Philippines and Melanesia.But now the father-of-two has another chance at finding love, as he meets a group of smitten admirers on A Current Affair.Scroll down for video 'I've watched Married At First Sight ever since it came out, but this year it really wowed me when I saw John,' love interest Lynn, 56, said.'Then my daughters got on the phone and I said 'you don't have to tell me because I've already eyed him up'.'Jules, 51, added: 'From the day the ads on TV started, I'd seen John and I thought 'well he's a bit alright.'Prior to meeting his besotted fans, the ever humble John hoped they wouldn't be upset by his real-life persona.'Once the meet me they might be very disappointed,' the 53-year-old laughed.'I'm really happy with all the support, it's been fantastic.'His two daughters, Jessie and Emma, said there has been a huge positive response since their dad appeared on the programme.'The main thing everyone said is that they think he's a genuinely nice guy.'It's a lovely thing to hear about your dad.' John was greeted with cheers as he walked into the room of suburban singles, who were all eager to spend some time with the Melbourne man.Using outrigger canoes, they founded a society across islands stretching in a triangle from the Hawaiian Islands to Easter Island to New Zealand, that was reasonably well connected by trade, language, culture, and religion, for being distributed over such a large area.One major question today is where did the Polynesians originally come from? With my french wife and four children we came here 16 years ago. Looking for a mature fit lady to spend time with......
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Several theories have been proposed over the years, but one which is gaining ground is that the Polynesians originated from Taiwan, parts of Papua New Guinea, and Southeast Asia.
One early theory of the origin of Polynesians is that they came from South America and sailed west eventually reaching the Polynesian triangle.
The thing to remember about experimental archaeology is that just because something could have theoretically been done doesn’t mean that it actually happened that way.
Although it is plausible that Polynesia was settled by ancient South Americans, all the genetic, linguistic, and ethnographic evidence points toward a predominantly southeast Asian origin.
This was proposed by the archaeologist, writer, and explorer Thor Heyerdahl, who even constructed a Polynesian outrigger canoe and, with a team, sailed it west of Easter Island from the South American coast.