7 boats with children!
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Ellinor Ristoff Staffan Ehde
Sun 18 Aug 2013 19:11
Still on the same incredible anchorage. Yesterday the rumour moved more boats to our spot. Felice, the Norwegian boat and their friends the German Super Molly Came and anchored. A bunch of kids there... The Mahapapu, a French boat with a family that joyned us horse back riding in Galapagos also came and anchored. And so on, now we are seven boats with children....
Isle Mahahea, a small uninhabited island just next to us was invaded with children, adults and dinghies.
You could easily say that this life is a contrast.
The best thing yesterday for me was that I finished the book Im writing. This is the third edition and it feels that now Im done. There will be some editing the coming weeks. Then it will maroon for a short while and then I have to read it again...
Will see what it feels like...
A bottle of wine was part of the celebration last night.
For those interested in genuine atholl living, I recommend the book
The sex lives of cannibals: adrift in the Equatorial Pacific by J. Maarten Troost
It is available as a Kindle book as well.
It is a very humorous and sad book. It gives a very good picture of the isolation and what comes with western influence on a small island.