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... adventure. First we had to walk and
even swim to the other side. From there we followed the water. To get to a
beautiful quiet spot we had to walk, climb and swim. This was a lot fun!! After
we reached the calm place we rested, swam and even jump from rocks into the
water, which was surprisingly deep.
Arriving back at the hotel we collected some
firewood for a bonfire after dinner. In between dinner and ...
After collecting our supplies (beverages), meeting the boat crew (Cook: Luana, captain: Tilson, and deckhand: Felix) and waiting for a storm to pass, we set off at 11pm out into the blackness of the sea. As we sailed out we were able to see a pretty spectacular electrical storm over Cartagena's main city.
The first few days were spent sailing the seas with nothing as far as the eye could see. We were lucky enough to have calm seas, aside ...
... from my ASL roots. In fact, my first meeting back here in Penonome Sign Language Congregation, and already I was assigned to give a Demo. I included a video at the bottom of this entry, where you can see Yessica present the Atalya ( Watchower) to me, followed by me presenting the Despertad ( Awake) to her. Let me know if you can understand the sign language here as it is mostly pantamiming.
One major difference is that all ...
Today I finished reading a book very kindly lent to me by a friend in San Juan Del Sur, at one of the lower points on my trip. I suggest you read it. It's called The Tao of Pooh and it's perfectly suited to all those people out there like me who think far too much. I think, therefore I am confused. It has done ...
In an attempt to get up this morning I realise we are on the move again, relocating to another section of the San Blas Islands. It looks the same as the first. Two hours of jolting and jostling and we're there. It's lucky I'm already lying down for the most part, otherwise I'd expect the situation to be similar to our first day at sea. I don't think I have anything left to give.
At some point, the other half of the ...