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Hello my beautiful people,
Long time I know, I wont write much in this entry as I have to upload two more entries. But Ill say this: I went to the Canary Islands for East for a week. It was beautiful, the weather much warmer and was able to swim in the pool and get a ...
This summer I went to the Canary Islands with my friends. We did a lot of things there; we went to the swimming pool, partying, to the dune beach, and to the aqua park party...
Also, one day we went to one beach where there were a lot of water sports and we practised the motorskying, parasailing and a los of things.
Finally we come back to Spain with hangovers and our bodies very pained becouse we fell many ...
... the week we attended a number of events including a “masked ball” which was great fun.
The atmosphere here is one of excitement and anticipation. We can’t wait to get started!
Our start is midday Tuesday and so we will probably be sending our next blog later on Tuesday or during Wednesday.
Please send us your comments via the blog as it is always great to messages coming in as we go along.
(Photos by Geoff)
After recovering from a serious number of pre-race parties, I decided to attend some of the many arc seminars covering provisioning, routing and weather, rigging - apparently chaffing is the enemy, and a fantastic seminar by norwegian born Jimmy Cornell - who started the ARC some 25 years ago! Did you know we have to carry a minimum number of 3.5 litres of drinking water per person per day plus emergency water ...estimating 500 litres of water needed just in case the ...
... to explore, which we duly did. We returned to the boat for 6pm, suitably refreshed and watered. The whole crew then went out for some well earned refreshments and a crew meal, which made for a pleasant evening ashore.
Day 11 Sunday November 11th, 2012
Another day in Cascais. Unfortunately quite wet and very windy, so we were pleased not to go to sea. The Skipper Paul and Mate Di had to provision with essential food and Robert had ...