Thank You all for supporting this dream, which lasted for 142 days.
We are safe and sound on Brazilian ground. Very soon we will update You regarding story telling events, upcomming book, movie and of course next BIG dream
Yesterday the wind turned against us and started blowing in our faces with force of 20+ knots. Now we have been sitting on the sea anchor for 24 hours. We are waiting for a change that would let us touch
The ocean thought that we are approaching Rio too soon and turned on heavy North wind which would push us past Rio and into oil platform area, if we would let it. To prevent this unpleasant detour, we lowered our
If you are wondering about our food supplies, we can put you at ease - we have plenty. Firstly, during our seasickness initiation phase we ate approx. 1/3 of the norm, if even that. Secondly, The ships we met on
The rain was poring almost constantly, the head waves were washing over our deck and us with unenviable regularity. The boat was blown into unnecessary drift, so as the night gave way for the day we dropped out the sea
In spite of the back-stream that was tormenting us for two days, just after the sunrise we spotted a small piece of land on our wast and usually totally empty horizon. It was Martin Vas island only 600m wide in
The weekend turned to be quite colorful. Saturday evening came with head wind. We rowed our asses off, but the wind still pushed us back to Africa, so we put out our sea anchor to at least slow down our
There are no two identical days on the ocean. On Saturday morning, a 10cm long fish of unknown origin started to circle our boat. We kind of hoped that the fish would jump into our lap, but it had somewhat
Just to be clear - we are not sitting in our wetsuits. In fact, most of the time we try to get by with minimal clothing.
When we started rowing after the second round of antibiotics, on the 3rd day the
Thank you all for your comments. In the next few days we will let you know about the new and revolutionary solutions for the pimple situation.
Meanwhile, we will tell you about our “Līgo” bondfire or, to be more precise, our