I am quite a Tom boy is some ways, but I can also be quite ladylike. Ask anyone who knows me and they will tell you I can not stand toilet talk.
Good job it’s winter when I get back to the UK, I will look like a patchwork quilt in shorts and t-shirt!
I am hoping to get some good surf waves over the next few days too, so will make sure my camera is set up ready.
Today there has not been a cloud in the sky and I have loved every minute. Rowing the minimum 12hrs is getting tougher, but no matter what, I will see it out till the end.
There has been a real increase in the amount of seaweed, it goes past in great big long runs. At one point I realised I was sat in the middle of half a rugby pitch size patch.
Picture the scene, Go Pro on my head, goggles on, scraper in hand, and peg on my nose!!! Maybe I have bigger nostrils than everyone else?
5 weeks today since I left Gran Canaria, I really can’t believe it. This has been such an amazing adventure with my passion which is the Ocean.
I am glad I have these blogs to look back on as I think the whole thing will blur into one once I am home. It will be good to remember the ups and downs.
I am still about 2 days behind the pace, so I really need some stronger more challenging conditions to close the gap.
Quite an eventful day really, which has led to me writing this blog whilst having a beer! To find out how the day has ended like this keep reading.