Tag Archives: Mexico

Sailing for a good cause

Dear Friends We were very happy to be able to help our friends Steve and Charlotte on the sailing vessel Willful Simplicity with collecting funds for the primary school of San Evaristo.  We collected around 800 USD via our website … Continue reading

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LET’S HELP THE KIDS IN SAN EVARISTO!

Dear friends, there is a little village in Mexico, near the city of La Paz, which is full of lovely people. It is called San Evaristo. This is a small village that lives primary of fishing. If you are a cruiser … Continue reading

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What do you want to be in your next life?

We’ve just spent a wonderful week looking at this.   We looked at it until we became blue as well. We relaxed, meditated and decided some important things. Most important of all, we decided what we want to be in our … Continue reading

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Thanks Manuel…

Well, I’ve never thought that I will say thanks to a hurricane… But Rick and I were starting to lose our sense of humor in the last two days because of the heat… And now it comes Manuel, our 13th hurricane of … Continue reading

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Escaping from a cyclone… again!

Ok, we knew that we are now sailing in the cyclone season and should expect it, but still, we were hoping to enjoy the Mexican Riviera a little bit longer. We left Manzanillo a week ago and anchored in Tenacatita. … Continue reading

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The Sea of Cortez

The Sea of Cortez – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly As you may be aware, we have spent the last 12 months cruising the Sea of Cortez to learn about and modify our new boat Calypso. Despite the … Continue reading

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Escape from the Heat

So, the  thermometer inside the boat (which is where we are working) has exceeded 50 degrees C, and I am hotter than I have ever known – including the Sahara, Nubian, Namib and Danakil Deserts!  Sweat is running out of  … Continue reading

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