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Having left Vigo the Captain informed us that we would be steaming ahead at 20 knots to our next destination. This may not sound too fast but it feels bad in our cabin at the back of the ship - the vibrations are deafening! Brian is still accompanying me to our Spanish lessons but I'm not sure how much longer he will stand it - he keeps telling me that he is not ...
First formal 'doo' last night, it was an excellent night, we have Bob Champion on-board at the moment and had drinks with him in the Crows nest late last night and we are having dinner with him tonight, a really nice guy and full of great stories. Docked in Vigo first thing this morning, it's a pleasant enough fishing town but nothing special. A day at sea tomorrow, then the Azores on Sunday......should start seeing warmer climates after that. Having a wonderful time ...
... for the next hundred days ;) After our meet up dad and I retired to the Crows Nest bar with another couple, native Australians called Peter & Joy – next thing I knew we’d arranged a friggin’ trip to DisneyWorld in Hong Kong, YES!! Motherf**kin’ Disney yo! Funny making arrangements like that because it’s a bizarre feeling to know that it’s occurring on this trip, just not while mid-March, 2 months away! Still, ...
After a fairly bumpy crossing through the Bay of Biscay we arrived at Vigo this morning. Hopefully, I will be able to post this when we go ashore after breakfast. The weather is sunny and the temperature is about 15 degrees. We are not going on an official trip today, just exploring the town ourselves - I believe that there is a very good fish market here. We have been attempting to learn a little Spanish- our instructor has taught us how to order oysters and champagne -should the need ...
... out that this was both the Portuguese Camino de Santiago (yellow arrow), the Way of St. James leading to the Spanish city of Santiago de Compostela, and the pilgrimage route to Fátima (blue arrow), the number one pilgrimage site for Catholics in Portugal.
We frequently paused while Hugo pointed out this or that factoid about the community, or about the crops we were passing. Ever playful, he started spiking ...