Hilton Garden Inn At PGA Village / Port St. Lucie
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... yes, "puffy" is an aeronautical term!), and the coral reefs visible from up high are not to be believed. Touchdown at Fort Pierce, FL and arrival at Customs was spot-on at 12:40pm EDT despite Tower sending us on a 5 mile extended downwind leg (really?) The Customs Agents were pleasant and we were in and out within a few ...
... a checklist (28 items so far). Reminiscent of flying lessons I took when I was younger. We (okay, Toutou) prepares food in advance. Once underway, if it is to be an overnight passage we’ll decide on watch schedules. Throughout the passage we’ll record our coordinates every hour. We also watch out for ships, changes in the local weather, wave action ...
Deerfield beach - port st Lucie I woke up, feeling quite nice, had a decent sleep although it was only 5 hours short. We had osome cuban coffee, that is like an espresso but less strong and with loads of sugar in it. We watched some trailer park boys(which i definitely wanna watch at home again), played with the dogs and went off to the beach and gym that day. We went for a walk to the pier on the beach and went for a ...
... delivered. Again Tita Pili and Tito Mari, Thank You!
3rd Day: So proud that we still were able to wake up early for mass with Marco's family at Holy Family Catholic Church. This Sunday was pretty similar to our Sundays---it was Family Day. We went to Marco's Aunt's house by the sea (or was it a lake). It's a pity how I don't remember exactly where we went but the house was amazing inside-out. I love how the interior was very "international" ,for ...
... It was the merriest not-Christmas ever.
We carried on our motorboat ride another hour or so when Connor, who was steering, realized we would be able to sail. We set the jib and were able to enjoy some peace and quiet for another two hours - it was a welcome silence! But alas, the ICW is narrow and the wind was no longer cooperating, so the jib came in and the incessant noise of the engine resumed.
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