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... an important consideration. Passing through the towns and villages there's always mosques and of course cemeteries. Always a reminder to enjoy the trip. Be present, before you're not. Speaking of being present, Lisa asks "Are you ready to get off?" "We're here?" I answer. "Looks like it" she says. That was quick. Being present takes up a lot of my time. I can't get anything done. ...
... camera. Where do you start? Waiting for the inevitable "You Vill Eat Your Cheese". The Swedes rally to the cause, but the pile is way beyond them. A polite discussion with their waiter that maybe just a selection of soft cheeses at room temperature would be even better next time. (This is what they had asked for the night before. Soft cheeses at room temperature obviously got lost in translation). The Kommondant comes to ask them if they enjoyed their cheeses. Again a ...
:-( :-(. :-(. LAST DAY IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CLASSIC SAILING YACHT EVER. :-( :-( :-( I am torn with blessed gratitude and tears, when I think this is my last day on Milena for yet another year. I have had such a wonderful adventure with Milena this year. Bouncing from Greece, to Turkey, and back, has always been so much fun. Today, I am going to finish up my packing, and look around at Yacht Marina. I so dearly hope that Jacques and ...
... than it will be in the Marina, confined in a small area by ropes, fenders and boats on all sides. We were then summoned by the Yacht Marina crew, at our side in a zodiac, to follow them. Up with the anchor, and off we went, to the second row, behind the yacht Marina watch house. There were two men on the dock, and one on the starboard side motor yacht marking the empty slip they wanted us to fill. Jacques dropped our anchor, and taking a huge harbor bow line for insurance ...
... not only in my heart, but my soul as well. Once our anchor was dropped, and Milena secure, the ladder was fully operational for my final swim of the season. The wind was up so upon my first toe touch....."burrrrr.... not now.... maybe later...." I chose to have lunch, a fabulous Jacques' quiche, and wine spritzer instead. Unfortunately, the remainder of the afternoon, I began to gather my stuff, and begin to pack my bags, for departure from Milena on October 3rd. I ...