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... beautiful. We were able to see Mt. Tiede, which is the largest point in Spain before the clouds rolled in. Even though the temperatures were in the 70’s, there was snow on top of the mountain. We saw banana plantations, gorgeous cliffs, an some pretty amazing scenery. We were able to spend about an hour in the town of Puerto des Santa Cruz on the other side of the island for some much ...
We have had a slow cruise around the western isles and are now provisioning for the transatlantic crossing, leaving tomorrow as we have a good weather window
30/10 we stayed in Marina Atlantico in santa cruz and watched the gale go by with heavy rain, and tom and I went for a long walk to find an Atlantic crossing chart
31/10 we picked up the chart and provisioned the boat
1/11 we had a good sail southwards along the ...
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I've had most of my close family and friends at home today to say goodbye (and eat a lot)...I think that now you've seen my luggage you are all more convinced that I'm well organized! :)
Thank you for all your tips, help, support and love, it really is appreciated.
Only a day and a half to go...I still can't say if I'm nervous, excited, or both...
I've got pretty much everything sorted now. ...
Well we are finally almost ready for our big trip tomorrow. We leave Casa Ramon at 8am to drive to Santa Cruz for our ferry at 12 noon. We are giving ourselves plenty of time so Ruby can have a good walk before she is put in her cage for the 30 hour ...
... practice. Tomy played with them, we watched and then then chatted with them. They were very nice and both spoke English... one of them has an American Mom from Minnesota.
Afterwards we ate at a small local bar, with only a few tables. As usual Brody bellied-up to the bar to pay the bill..."la cuenta, por favor".