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Travel Blogs from Morro del Jable
... the surf house went out into town for some drinks and we had a grand old time! One of the guys was from New Zealand and works as security on board ships that are at risk for being attacked by Somali pirates. He had some cool stories to share with us!! I love meeting new people and just listening to their life stories. It is definitely one of the best parts about traveling!!! We all shared some drinks, some laughs and then called it a night. I was sad to say goodbye to ...
... with our new friends made it another night to remember. We were joined here by "Rafiki" with Moline and Leut on board, along with "Innamorata 11" so it was
quite a party.
Motor sailed the next day 22nm down to the south coast of Fuerteventura and at a place called Morro Jable, came across the kiwi yacht "Irene" with Kerry and Helmut on board. We were really ...
The coast is wild and rugged, with no vegetation. Rough volcanic rocks and headlands with the swells smashing into them. We spent our first night in a place called Pozo Negra, with an English yacht called "Innamorta 11" with Steve and Carol on board. It reminded us of Greece, white houses with blue doors and windows. Just a Cafe on the beach, a few fishermen and little else.
Traveling south on down the coast the next ...
Our position as of 16:30: 28*48'N & 14*42'W.
TURTLE!!!!!! TURTLE!!!!!!!!!!! Yes 2 turtles today, amazing. Plus a floating oil rig being towed by, it's all go go go here today.
Well we are now only 42 miles from Rubicon Marina! The wind has been very slight today with the sea like an oily millpond. We have spent the day preparing Taboo for her entry into Rubicon Marina, washing the thick ...
... our Spain vacation (which was a vacation from Italy).
We went to bed early but woke up the next morning, got cheap food at the little grocery store and headed to the beach! We lay out all day, talking and sleeping (my favorite beach activity) and getting, yes, sunburned. I guess the islands are a huge hot spot for Germans so everything was in German as well as Spanish and English. I practiced my German in my head (pleased ...