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... maravilla mas y mas. Hay MUCHOS conejos en los verdes prados de Andalucía. A veces pedaleo al lado de una colección de hoyos que emergen por muchos kilómetros. Decenas de conejos que rozando por la hierba rápidamente saltan a sus madrigueras mientras manejo por delante de ellos. Es una visión que nunca me aburre, que me hace sentir vivo. Es la cosa mas linda que nunca imagine.
Desafortunadamente en mi último día de camino hacia Sevilla el ...
Andreas from "Sparky" said they have 365 days of sun in Almerimar. After the first day of rain he said the once every four years we have an extra day and thats the day it rains.
He told fibs.
Pretty solid rain again today. And blowing dogs off chains. We have put the submarine roof back on and closed the windward door. ...
Albert Einstein was a pretty clever chap. I am sure relativity wasnt easy. (I know mine arent).
And I'm sure Edison spent at least a day on the lightbulb. He earned some kudos.
But neither of them have ever made hot water on a boat.
Today Red Dwarf has a hot shower. This is a history making moment. Its bigger than Ben Hur.
A shower on a yacht is not an every day occurance. Not every boat has running water, let alone a shower, ...
... palm sunshades on the beach and music coming from inside. He had guests with him and they went off in the leather upholstered rib while we got into Thunderbird 3 and Steve rowed us back to Dunikolu! We then decided to go snorkelling while our chicken was cooking in the bbq so donned our cosies and snorkelling gear (Lidl’s best) and went for a swim. As I was returning to the boat I thought I would look under the hull as the water was so clear. ...
... the decks. Hardstands are really dirty places at the best of times, but this hardstand is dirt so dust is a major pain. plus the fine morocan dust that floats across constantly.
A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet. A boats name though is important. It should mean something and reflect the personality of the crew. The old name was obviously personal to the old owner but means nothing to us. It must change.
The pop of a cork started the name change ...