We changed bays for about the third time today. Once we got there, we noticed that there was a beach made of rocks, clear water, and even a bunch of sea caves! We chilled on the boat for a while. Mom and Che wanted to go to the beach, so we decided that when they did that, we would see the sea caves. We dinghied Mom and Che ashore and then we went off on our journey to see ALL of the sea caves!
So, Gherty, Dad, and I started to motor over to the first cave (I was driving, of course). When we got there, we realized it was a really shallow cave. Once we went inside though, we saw that it had a cool little rock beach at the back. We stayed in the cave for about 5 minutes, and then we realized it’s where all of the mosquitoes hide!
We were going to make our way across the bay to a different cave, but we soon realized it was just a dent. Dad wasn’t going to just call it quits there, so we decided to go over to the next bay in the dinghy, an 11-foot inflatable boat. What could go wrong? Surprisingly, nothing. In the next bay, we saw two caves that looked kind of cool. In-between them, there was a wallish thing that had a hole in it. So, naturally, I decided to get in that hole and pretend to hold up the rocks. There was also something that looked like a huge eyeball close to one of the caves. We explored the caves, but they weren’t too interesting.
Afterwards, we went across the bay to our original bay, and then across another bay to the bay to the right of it. We didn’t see any caves we could explore by water there, but there were some on land. We saw a rock break wall where all of the local fishermen put their boats behind. There were a bunch of submerged rocks that I expertly avoided because I am amazing. After that, we went back to our original bay to pick up Mom and Che at the beach.
That’s all, stay tuned, I guess. -Quinn 🙂
Way to go Quinn, and yes you are amazing as were those caves. What a great find. Great blog can’t wait for the next one.