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... and twice as soft as cotton. (It seemed to be.) Bamboo is 3 degrees cooler than cotton, anti-bacterial, provides full UV protection, is eco-friendly and is the most sustainable, renewable resource known on the planet. Call me gullible, but I bought a couple of bamboo polo shirts. By the time I got back to the ship, it was almost time to ...
Night 23 (Sabado 5 Octubre) Julle and Bev had landed earlier in the day and had planned to meet up for drinks and dinner (their shout of course:) ), so we planned to land, drop our things at our hotel, then shoot out. Easy plan... Until we landed. Caught a local minivan bus from airport to city - wrong side of city thank you bus driver. "Close to walk" he says - he's not carrying 25+ kg to a hotel in 30+ degrees. So ...
... the tour, wandered the Otrabanda, saw the Venezuelan floating market. Curacao is only 40 miles from Venezuela, so many people bring their fruits and veggies over here to sell. Walked across the pontoon bridge, that swings open to let ships through. Then caught a tuk-tuk back to the ship.
Between the humidity, the stairs at the caves, and the explorations of the floating market and old town we were 2 tired puppies.... time to call it a day.
... top of his piano and no matter how fast he drank them they never seemed to go down. As I write this tonight, I am sat on the balcony and the temperature is glorious. There's a cracking thunder storm out to sea but we can't see any lightening. We are just contemplating going back out on deck for a cup of tea and to listen to the storm a bit more. No rain as yet thank god - oh and just seen a flash. Hope everyone is well, until tomorrow night - ...
... a great job of placing Equinox back into the water safe and sound, and we were on our way to Aruba, where we were to overnight only to visit our friends Hans and Lydia who had also completed the fit out of their new motor and would be leaving the next day for Bonaire before heading north to the Bahamas then heading out over the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean. We wished them fair winds and a safe arrival to their destination.
We too, were now on our way to Santa Marta, ...