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... 160; After the segway ride we went to a beach to relax for an hour. The beach was very nice and we got to try different fruits. A man came in a boat with a lot of fruits and he blew in a shell to tell everybody he was there. He played loud music, danced singing in the water and sold pineapples and coco nuts with rum in. This was the first and only day with rain but it was only raining for like an hour or two. The others took a taxi and went for a tour on the island. ...
... sharp, St. Helena is more sculpted with slightly softer peaks and ridges that have been eroded away since the volcanic activity ceased. In all, it stirred a great sense of interest and adventure as more and more features of the landscape presented themselves with each passing mile closer to the bay and anchorage at Jamestown.
At first, only a few small houses could be seen sitting on a long sloping plateau that led to a sheer drop from the cliff tops to the ...
... twenty minutes at best. Poor effort compared to what we're used to back home. Up 'til now I have almost filled my camera with photos and videos from all the places I have been and from the first few sailing trips. I tell you now, the first few days on the boat were an absolute eye-opener, no one expected the conditions we sailed through, but it didn't do anything to put me off carrying on. In fact, I'd say it's spurred me on to experience more of it. It was ...
... of bed wondering if we were about to keel over or pitch pole (flip over forwards) and would be mentally going over the location of the escape hatch, emergency equipment, and life raft...
A few days in we get an update from our friend Steve skipper of the challenger boat, they left to chase the storm, and the crew and boat got pretty battered, so they had to heave to, meaning float for a bit, so that everyone could get some rest. Apparently all crew were in ...
When we had gone ashore the next day to provision, we also bumped into Nicki, Storm and Teake from SV Safari (whom we had met in St. Maarten) who were docked in the harbour for a while whilst Craig was off on a job delivering a yacht from Kirabati (in the Pacific) to San Diego on the West Coast of the US. Their yacht Safari was looking really great and had come a long way from the days of fit-out at Lagoon Marina in St. Maarten...it ...
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