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Very good! Friendly staff! yuhuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!
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... the screaming till late and it got colder as the night progressed. Diana moved to the dining saloon and I joined her there later to sleep stretched out on padded chairs. It was a mite better and warmer and quieter. Many others slept outside on deck on top of lifejacket
We crossed the Tropic of Cancer at 23 degrees and some minutes North during the night on the ferry and it’s now noticeably much colder at night and cooler during the day too. Have to ...
... see stars almost from horizon to horizon, like looking up at the inside of an enormous dome. I estimated the first stars were visible less than 10º from the horizon right the way over to the far horizon. It was an awesome sight.
OK, that will do. I have covered some ground in this blog, some serious, some not so. Now my name for H/C Top Deck… I thought it could be known as the Poop Deck!
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... to enjoy it more each time. The people here are genuinely friendly, helpful, and interested in visitors to their city. Everyday is an adventure whether we're provisioning at the super mercado or scouting around for some obscure boat fitting--we feel welcome in La Paz.
So let's skip the thousand-word narrative and go directly to the photo album for our last entry in The Sea ...
... at our group. But there was this one female that jumped in and swam up to my friend and I and just stared at us, for at least a minute. She was just floating on top of the water, staring at us. It was like she was staring into our souls! Then there was this gigantic male that was the size of a car that just kept watching us. He would just pace back and forth and back and forth, just patrolling, watching our every move. Once he started swimming ...