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Travel Blogs from Maspalomas
... is what counts right? :)
We rented a car for a day and went for a beautiful drive. Scary at times because it was so narrow and you would accross a bus.... I closed my eyes for that part! The food was delicious and the people super nice.
Had a great time!
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 ...
We have been working hard to prepare for the Atlantic crossing.
Geoff has become an expert supermarket shopper (watch out Mary!) with the fantastic support of Diane.
Tim has been working on all matters to do with the boat and especially our navigation equipment. We have a yellow brick tracker on board which will be transmitting our position on a regular basis to the arc website http://www.worldcruising.com/arc/eventf leetviewer.aspx
Peter has ...
... have been ordered - see attached our crew motto!
We have confirmed that we are definately leaving tomorrow, and we cross the start line at 10.45am ... Yikes! Its all getting a bit real now and the stomachs are churning.
So I am signing out now for the big adventure - keep track of us on this ...
... sticking out from the wall at 45 degrees and water running past the window above the galley all in all a great days sailing!
Day 15 November Thursday 15th, 2012
The voyage South to the sun, ha ha! Continues, still 20 to 30 knot winds, with gusts of 40 and regular squalls. Speeds of 9 to 10 knots have become the norm, with a daily record of 11.4 knots. The helming has improved, due to the constructive criticism and teaching from ...