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... it was and couldn't quite bring myself to try it... although IM sure my brother would have if he was there! One thing on the grill that was interesting was green onions wrapped in bacon. I make an appetizer with asparagus and a bit of cheese wrapped in proscuitto which would be quite similar. They weren't ready though so we moved on.. to gelato : ) All in all a great day and a nice evening.
... which I was preparing !!!! Today expected Miles: about 240, estimated arrival Saturday destination Isle of San Antioco, south of Sardinia, where we just stop to put fuel in and carry on for the heading Almeria, Spain, approximately 450 miles, estimated arrival Tuesday or Wednesday. My new crew arrived this night. Luis and his son Luis jun. They brought me a satellite telefon for security, a Spanish guest flag and a lot of energy for the last bit of the trip BARETTO : PALERMO - ...
... and moored up. This was our final 50 mile leg of our incredible journey. We have sailed 691 miles and loved the whole experience. We are all still friends and smiling at the end of this. We would like to thank Aggie for thinking about us and sharing this adventure with her. She now has a far more challenging part of this trip to do with new crew going all the way to Estepona Spain. Lindsay and Geoff wish her and the new crew good sailing with fair ...
... so we decided to stop using public transportation and start focusing on hitchhiking again. We hitchhiked to Sanvito lo capo where we camped in the wild for the first time. We found the perfect spot on top of a mountain between trees with a view over the city. After a scary night we hitchhiked to Scopello. A really nice place but really touristic. After a few hours two English women offered us a ride to ...
... visit the Egadi islands, around 10 miles to the west, which are in a marine protection zone.
Quite a few people have asked us about the migrant issue in the Med and of course we are now sailing into waters where many thousands of migrants have been found. We were reminded of this because of a series of warnings we have received via our Navtex - a clever box that receives text messages about weather ...
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