It’s not just the heads that are giant on Easter Island … so are the tubes!
Easter Island is a lonely and wild chunk of rock sitting in the Pacific Ocean. It’s probably best known as an archeological site, and the mysterious giant heads that hold sentry over the sea.
It’s also open to the power of the raw ocean, and some big waves. Ramon Navarro knows this, and he recently took a trip there with good friends Natxo Gonzalez, Cristian Merello and Guillermo Satt.
What they found was far beyond expectations.