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... friends (we had made our usual mistake of stroking the dogs)! When we got to the caves we headed down and into them. Both with torches this time, we were able to explore much further into the caves. We must have gone at least 200 metres into them, with the only bit of daylight coming in at 2 or 3 spots where the roof opened up to the sky briefly, the rest of the time being in complete darkness except our now seemingly not so bright torches. The dogs were still with us though one of ...
After the dive, I came back to the hostel and chilled for a bit before going out for lunch. I found a place that has great fajitas for just 3,000 pesos ($5). I had a chicken fajita before having a walk through town and then meeting Rey and Andrea back at the dive center for another dive at 2:30pm. This time it was to a site called Manavai, and here we were looking for turtles. Unfortunately, we never saw any ...
... a ton of them scattered all over the hillside. The whole area is taken care of incredibly well. It's obviously one of the main occupations there, and we even saw about five to ten people weed whacking the inside of the crater! Yes, there are even short trails to the top of the crater, which gives you a very nice, nearly 360 degree view of the island. We all walked end to end of the quarry, and got to catch a glimpse of our next big attraction: The Row of Fifteen. The Row of Fifteen ...
... Somewhat demoralised we headed off for more walking with intermittent riding. Looking into the distance we were beginning to think we would never make it. 5 hours after starting our journey we saw a palm tree which hopefully meant the end was near. Thankfully only 10 minutes later made it to the beach for a much deserved swim in the sun. Now all that lay ahead of us for the day was the 24km ride home, on the road. The start of this ride is a 25 minute up ...
... year by the locals for ceremonial purposes. The original village was made up of houses built from stone. Some have been reconstructed/ restored and their walls are made of long narrow stones laid together in dry stone wall fashion. They have very small openings for doorways as these would have given protection from the elements. We had discovered that the wind blows all the time on Rapa Nui. The houses all have living turf rooves. The village is located on the lip of ...