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... of five (two little girls and a baby boy) on a double masted schooner are willing to take me on. First leg will be about two weeks until we arrive in the Canary Islands. Then we'll decide if I'll stay on to cross the Atlantic with them after Christmas.
My ship is in, the Dark Horse. And it's time to go. We're hoping to head out tomorrow morning. Wish me luck! Or fair winds ...
I was very nervous about the coming day when we left Barbate. The Straits of Gibraltar have high winds, strong currents and lots of shipping, combining to make a very tricky stretch of water to navigate.
We were both shattered by this point, after several consecutive days of early mornings and long sails and my instinctive caution and Mister Kitty's confidence were starting to clash. I needn't have worried, though; we reached Tarifa, the southernmost point ...
... br> We left the ship as early as we could to take an 8 seater Taxi to the Top of the Rock. Our driver, Arthur informed us of Gibraltar’s history along the way to our first stop overlooking Europa Point and the point at which the Atlantic meets the Mediterranean. The lookout is on the southernmost point of the rock and one of the two pillars of Hercules where on a sunny day you can see the other ...
... than happy to accompany you on your journey. Besides, its better to experience something magnificent on your own than never to have experienced it at all.
Myth: “You’re running away from the real world”
One of my favourite posts from one of my favourite travel bloggers; Nomadic Matt, argues how we are doing just the opposite. People who choose to live nomadic lifestyles are not running away life but rather ...
OK so where did I get to?
We finished(Phil and I) the day skipper theory exam on wednesday 3rd July.
Caloo Calay, I always worry about exams but this one we knew. Then I got into Marks Land rover and drove it to Palamos where he lives. We were ambushed by Palamos and a few tapas and cervecias. What would you expect? couple of aussies abroad.
Any ham dow we were up at 7.30 bright and early and were driven ...