Monday, December 13, 2010

Leaving Morocco

We're half dead today after only been sleeping for 4-5 hours - although it was much worth it. We hired a car and a driver last night for taking the opportunity to experience Casablanca - at least for a couple of hours. There were apparently no yacht marina established for smaller vessels in Casablanca at the moment so we had to take the roads to get there. It was a lovely night on one really amazing restaurant which I will show you pictures from later on. Now we're getting ready to leave Bouregreg and Morocco and head West towards the Canaries. Weather looks good with a calm sea and light wind and we're expecting to land on one of the islands in maybe four days from now. I don't know how our satellite connection will work along the way but I'll keep you posted if I have the chance to get connected. This will be our longest passage together so far and it is good that we're well prepared with loads of food, fresh veggies and fruits, tons of good books, good music in the ipod's, new sails and perfect weather. All we need really. See you on the other side. /Taru

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