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... into their staterooms.
The bar was, as one would expect, jammed save one table was occupied by a lone (elderly) woman. I asked if she would be willing to share and she curtly informed me that “my friends are getting food.” I thanked her anyway and rolled my bag to an open place by the rail, went to the bar, ordered a Bud Light, and returned to lean on the rail and people-watch. The woman, soon joined by another crone clone, began to stare at ...
... and a hat, I quicky went yesterday to buy a sunscreen. I had no proper sailing shoes, but since I didn't do anything on board anyway :-) I just stayed bare feet!
I arrived at the boat a little early, and could enjoy the presence of pelicans! Seems very usual here, so nobody notices them anymore, but as for me, I took many pictures ;-)
The sailing boat, named "sine wave"(I love that name) is 22 ft long, with this very special jib sail ...
... feel to them – and it’s not even midnight!
In my cabin at 12:12 a.m. I did some preliminary unpacking but wasn’t in the mood to put everything in its place, so I got ready for bed. Climbing into bed for the first time, I notice nothing seems to be covering the gap between the two mattresses where they meet in the middle. Not cool to have this big crack in the center of your bed. Hopefully something can be done to fix this – ...
... is said to be strongly felt) beloved of the touchy-feely New Age hippy's who find their homes here. There are good views from here, then we descend through some upper class suburbia, taking photos down onto the town.
We head out of here, side tracking into the suburbs, then picking up a sign to the famous Chapel of the Holy Cross, built in 1956 on the side of the mountains. It is a pretty good bit of Frank Lloyd Wright type architecture, up against the cliffs ...
... play it by ear, don’t look like a first-timer – “Act casual Rodney, act casual!”
In actual fact there was luggage everywhere, I wasn’t the only one travelling heavy. Something wasn’t right with the numbering of the cabins. I only realised half a mile down that they were all even numbers and mine was odd. AARGGHH! Back she goes to cross over to the other side of the ship et Voila – odd numbers, woohoo!! Now most men ...
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