Travel Blogs from Fontclara
fiends roamas et etc
this is ,was as it.
Capn P Wash esq, boana moana fide yachty type is orfishially a proper ., no wot i meen jon?
capitaino de saily jobs. I an de good mate Paul did the job an convinced the examiner of dodgey capns that we could would and mostly did deliver the goods.
WE PASSED .
HOLY MOLY WHAT NEXT
WELL I ...
... seems to be giggling every time he throws. Who knows with kids. Paul is ready to go home , as am I . a 14 week non stop course is starting to wear,.I need a holiday. The trouble an strife arrives on Saturday so when I finish the Practical we head off to Antibe. after a week of staying with our friends the Pontifex's I do a safety course for a week and then that is that. I am looking at joining Paul and his ...
have been advised some of my readers think the adventure is over. Wrong!!! I have yet to pass the final practical exam. set for 21 22 sept. So keep reading.e I am now in Palamos on new boat and Paul and I have been cut loose so we are sailing around teaching ourselves. Excellent.
Will post more this weekend.
see photo wearing Ian's wet weather jacket. very nautical
The girls collected their freshly stamped dive logs and we spent a lovely day on Llafranc beach. And just when we thought there'd be nothing new to see, during a snorkelling session in very familiar underwater rocky areas there were jellyfish we'd never seen before. Went back out to get some underwater snaps and showed the photos to the lifeguard. He had a ...
I wish I could tell you about Gerona, it is meant to be lovely.....but this was our last stop on our epic car journey to Mallorca. By the time we got there we were so knackered, and so fed up of sightseeing, and the hotel (brand new, on the outskirts, weŽd have had to get a cab) was so nice, we stayed where we were! We sat on the terrace, which had views out to the distant skyline of Gerona,feeling only very slightly guilty. One day we should go ...