The next morning, we headed down to see where the Barge had landed. And we weren't the only ones - curious locals of all kinds had come out to witness the scene.
It was a sight to behold: an 85-meter long behemoth of steel, lodged remarkably high up on the rocks near the seawall.
And with rumours circulating of an imminent re-float, locals and visitors alike gathered to see the unconventional attraction before it was gone. Everyone shared pictures. The Barge became famous.