We filled up with fuel upon arrival, had beer and tapas for lunch, and went for an early evening walk through the town center before collapsing into bed.
Today I worked on the stainless with a new magical product, we cleaned all of our filthy fenders (the inflatable rubber tubes that provide a buffer between boat and dock), walked through a replica of the Santa Maria, ordered beef, chicken, and pork that will be sliced, filleted and vacuum sealed ready to pick up tomorrow, and explored the general area. I found some yarn and bought a scarf (because who doesn’t need a scarf in the Caribbean?), Tim did a lot of weather research and some business stuff, and now the day is coming to an end. A pretty good day. I’m always happy with balanced days (work, fun, exercise, and a nice lunch) and am finding that isn’t the way this lifestyle works very often. It’s a sea of extremes. All work, all play, too much going on, absolutely nothing going on.
Right now, the weather looks good for a departure mid next week. Stay tuned.