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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... issued by the race control described the weather as "moody"? All the boats headed out to the start line with their huge blue lagoon flags flying. The first race was about ten miles to the bottom end of the island of Brac. All the boats where very aggressive at the start, some using their motors to improve their position, even though the race control only allowed the use of motors for safety reasons. We finished up being caught in the wrong position and had to tack away ...
... absorbed that we were a little confused when another tourist couple started waving enthusiastically towards us. It took us a good moment until we realised the boat had disappeared- it was heading for the bay! At which point charlie ran down the coast like Mitch from bay watch, dived into the water and boarded. When he returned, we reeled in the line to find the hook missing. We are going out 2night for some drinks and then we are going to pack. See you all when we get ...
... where Cam was there waiting for me. Once I arrived, Cam took me out on a quick tour of the city (which streets resemble a maze), and then grabbed a quick feed before heading to back to the hostel, for the first decent shower and bed I have had in over a week. Things of Note: - Although Bentley and I promoted him to intern of 'Stair Patrol', Russell still has a long way to go before he is a fully fledged officer like us two. - I would like to thank everyone on my Sail Croatia ...
... sure what it looks like inside them or what is typical, but the photos of where we are do not look attactive but inside its modern and spacious. We are going to explore a bit more later in the week, hopefully learn more and climb the bell tower if the weather improves.
We had a simple dinner in a tiny back lane cafe of black squid ink risotto, goulash, vege soup to start, bread, and two drinks all for just under NZ$30 it was ok, filling and cheap.
... in the world´s bluest waters.
Family ties were strong on the ship. The father of Maria, our waitress, built the pirate ship himself using the base of a boat that had been in the family for over 100 years. Maria´s grandfather was sailing another boat along our route and over the week we were privileged enough to meet him and his talking parrot.
Our fellow travellers, a group of Safas, Aussies, Kiwis, and a rogue Irishman made for a ...