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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Our Last Night

Sadly, it’s our last night in Suriname. We have had a wonderful time here. We still have a couple of updates for Suriname, but we’ll have to get to that later. We are leaving on the AM tide and heading for Trinidad. We will be hauling out at Peak’s to do the bottom then hopping … Continue reading »

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Trying a dangerous new font… We have been having a wonderful time in Suriname! We were anchored as far up the river as we could go and were visited by the Police this morning! They were quite agitated, thinking we were illegal and hiding out way up the river. Once we produced our passports and … Continue reading »

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The things we see… Entering a new country is always a concern for me, it’s full of unknowns. We were entering the Suriname River, the entranceĀ is relatively shallow, the river is busy with commercial traffic, and we ran across this cargo ship. New Hunter, 600 feet, outbound, in the channel… Seemed like it wasn’t moving … Continue reading »

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To Suriname

There are some things you see out here that are truly remarkable and never get old. While sailing from Guyana to Suriname we were visited by a pod of dolphins. They stayed with us for only about 10 minutes, playing around and under the boat, disappearing and then chasing us down again. I wish I … Continue reading »

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Guyana Fin’

Still working on Guyana pictures… On our way out of Guyana we anchored and took a day trip from Parika to the capital, Georgetown. The buses are minivans and they are not on a schedule, they leave when they are full. The trip takes about an hour and crosses the Demerara River via a pontoon … Continue reading »

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