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Travel Blogs from Eastsound
... swam in: 1
Total number of fish kissed: 3 (one was fake)
Total number of catapilars we saved from getting run over: 1
Total number of oil changes: 2 and one more on the way
Total number of friends and family following the blog: you tell me, I wish I knew
Total number of sunny days: almost all of them
Total number of ferry rides on the open Atlantic ocean: 2
Total number of iPods lost: 3
Total number of iPods found: 3 ...
... end of the airport to the other. Jen told me our plane was a Dash-380 and I'm thinking she's good to know that, (didn't realise she was into planes) and then I realised that she had read it on the book in the pocket of the seat. Even though we were tired we hadn't quite lost our sense of humour.
The plane was small and pretty old and I mentioned it looked like an old TAA plane (for those of you who can't remember TAA ...
... along the way, but that there was a humpback whale heading in our direction. We cruised along until we found two other zodiac boats following it just off the shoreline. It was only a young humpback, but it was better than nothing! It would take 3 or 4 breaths and then dive with its fluke out of the water for 6 minutes. Then it was a guessing game where it would come back up and then we raced to catch up with it. It was more whale chasing than whale watching. ...
... movies, etc online. However, as yet, Netflix are not compatible with Linux so it wouldn't work on our laptop. The kind hosts lent us an old windows laptop so that we could watch the movie. Yeah! Finally, after getting their laptop connected, we watched the movie and then went to bed.
Wed 11th July
Woke up around 8am as there are no curtains, only blinds that allow in quite a bit of light. Got up just before 9am had breakfast and tried to decide what to do ...
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
"Orcas are the Apex animal in this habitat...they are supreme predators and incredibly smart"
Joe, Outer Island Expeditions guide
ANSWERS TO LAST BLOG:
1. Pig-Cow plasticnesia
2. Bees pollinate the thistle