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Travel Blogs from Boa Vista
'For the ignorant old age is winter for the learned it is the Harvest' (Chassidic saying)
During the three day voyage to Cape Verde we enjoyed the activities on board and mostly meeting other people in the Aviator's bar amongst whom was a lovely couple from Derbyshire, Maureen and Alan, who shared the same sense of humour as us and Pat and Tony from Cleobury Mortimer just down the road from us. The world is a small place.
- Stopped in Cape Verde Islands, traveled southwest and reached the coast of Brazil towards Cape St. Augustine
- The rest of the voyage was disrupted but claimed to continue South
So at sea for 6 whole days, what do you do?
Well I'll tell you... eat, sleep, go to the theatre, sunbathe, go to parties. 6 days goes very quickly. MSC organised a world champions quiz and everyone divided into teams, our team was UGANDA! We did not win, but we were known by all for our cheering. On ...
So at last we reached some land, and what a beautiful land it is, shame we only got a few hours.
The past couple of days the Atlantic had been behaving itself and settled down a bit, allowing for some chill time on the deck without a risk of being swept away by one of the waves that had been continually breaking over the bow for the past week. However it did decide to kick us in the butt a bit last night with some major side swell which did a ...
The following day after chilling out on the beach and checking out the amazing huge surf waves, I stroll into town again.
Armed with a bottle of wine and a big bag of fruits, I go in search for Abilio's house. It's his birthday on Tuesday and since I can't make it to the party he kindly invited me to - and to thank him for the wonderful day together - I wanted to give him something.