Monthly Archives: July 2007

In Puerto La Cruz, Venezuela

Yes, I arrived! Faster than expected, thanks to stronger and more northerly winds than anticipated.  It was hard most the time, lots of reefing,  but I got there. The recommended marina was full, so had to go somewhere else.  A med … Continue reading

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Continuing

For the last week I have been in Bonaire, being shown around by Suzy (my neighbor here) and having a great time. I am way behind on writing blog entries, but that does not stop me from continuing on: leaving … Continue reading

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To Klein Curacao

I had decided it was time to move on, so on Thursday (12th) I was going to leave for Bonaire. Since that was expected to be a tough sail I would do that in two stages: making a stop in … Continue reading

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Pictures Curaçao, Klein Curaçao and Bonaire

Northern Curaçao from the distance. Another view on Northern Curaçao. Willemstad. Floating bridge across the St Annabaai, Willemstad. Julianabridge across the entrance to Willemstad harbor. Tanker leaving Willemstad. Stranded sailboat on Klein Curaçao. Waves crashing into Klein Curaçao. Klein Curaçao … Continue reading

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In Bonaire

After a long tough trip, with a two day stop in Klein Curacao, I arrived in Bonaire on Sunday afternoon.  More will follow soon.

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Moving on

I am in Otrabanda again, just went by immigration and on to customs next.  Plan is to leave for Bonaire tomorrow.  Though, I want to take it easy and make a stop at the uninhabited island Klein Curacao.  I have … Continue reading

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Bandera Day

Today (Monday) is Bandera Day on the Dutch Antilles.  Possible the last such day on Curacao, since next year it will have a status aparte (like Aruba has now), but I am sure they will come up with another day … Continue reading

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