Monthly Archives: March 2015
We’re still here in the Dominican Republic. Yesterday we hired a car to go pick up Tanya’s father at the airport in Puerto Plata. Despite our insistence that we had plenty of time, the driver raced across the countryside getting us to the airport in what we believe maybe record time. Once we arrived we … Continue reading
Turks and Caicos to the Dominican Republic. We are here in Luperon DR having a fantastic time! The DR is a developing country, it’s still inexpensive, and it is really beautiful. We have barely scratched the surface, next week we will venture out past the town of Luperon and see the country. We will take … Continue reading
I’m behind again. You know you have been in one country too long when…your flag is shredded. Since we had no replacement flag we decided to head to the Turks and Caicos, and upon arrival realized we never bought a TCI flag. Oh well, I don’t think they even noticed. All they wanted was their … Continue reading
We’re in Luperon! Great crossing! Having a great pizza and a few huge “Presidentes” at Wendy’s. This place is so cool! We’ll update when we get settled.
Changing watch in the middle of the night during our 28-hour passage. It’s pitch black, no moon. I’m on watch, Tanya comes up to relieve me: “There are four sailboats behind us, a powerboat in front, a cargo ship just passed us to port, and a 600 foot container ship directly off the bow five … Continue reading