Le Tre Querce
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... are so big we all comment we should have shared them but we manage to finish them. Let's face it we are now accustomed to eating copious amounts of food! We chat to a few of the young local boys who have stopped for lunch and they are fascinated by the fact that we have come all the way from Australia. They are impressed and curious at the same time. It's a great little village very picturesque with friendly ...
... slope overlooking the town.
We were given a tour of the engine room of the boat by the Engineer Manwell
It has two giant 12 cylinder Mercedes motors, a giant generator, and a Osmosis water filter converting sea water to drinking water . Quite impressive!!!
Dinner that night was ossco Bucco with cous cous salad, a divine sauce on top!!
... to use webmail to send only!! Now with viber, you can send pics and phone people as long they have viber on their phone!!! Great way to communicate back home for free!!!
Back at the boat for another lovely meal,
Heidi set the table out on the deck, so I had to take a photo of her and Kevin had to be in it also!!!! That night the wind calmed down so was so nice sitting out at the back of the boat listening to ...
... with baked finger potatoes and Veg's accompanied with a beautiful sauce. Dessert was apple tart with homemade passion fruit ice cream and yoghurt. There is a fabulous Chef on board the boat and if that is an indication of his meals, we are in for an absolute treat!!!
We are very grateful for Judy and Pip Mitchell's invitation to join them on the boat.
Well, how things turn out unexpectedly..... Our lovely engineer, Erich, discovered yet another problem on our 6 month old boat- while he was sorting out an electrical issue, he discovered that a vital piece of metal rod had broken....vital for safe steering, that is. Basically and without being technical, which I am not, this piece of metal stopped the steering wheel from turning 360 degrees, which of course isn't ...