Sandy Shores Motel
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... as well as the
ladies who miss their shopping. They were just about to enter a
withdrawal mode. It's hard to tell if their shaking is shopping
related, or just normal.
I must say, with our daily schedule on
board; life is rough, and the weird people you meet on board are
... me. I was not engaging with people anymore because everything and everyone seemed so temporary. I was emotionally protecting myself! I realised that a crucial part of the travelling package was saying goodbye to people, and it being sad, was actually a good thing. The connections I was making with people was actually meaningful. It being temporary meant taking the opportunities as they came, in the present moment, and enjoying them to the full. That morning I got up ...
Vessel Finder will show the position of the ship on a map with very detailed maps when the ship is docked. Sail Wx will show the last 240 hours of data for the ship and includes weather and sea conditions. Vessel Finder seems to be more up to date while SailWX has more info. These links will be included with every entry. The Travel Pod map is static.
... but I was so grateful to have some work. At least we could listen to some music. We left at about 17.30, it was pouring. The second officer offered to take us home. We ran to the car, getting soaked... And I slipped on a tile, falling into a metal grid, the one that you usually need shoes to walk over. I was shocked! Looking down at my knee and foot, I freaked out silently inside. It looked like something from one of the videos in our First ...
... it or not I was a human of two halves, the legs were toasty in the sun, but the top half was chilly due to a strong breeze blowing along the beachfront. I stayed about three hours.
As a mother and Nanny, I shouldn't say this but I was ...