Tulum V has carried us far and wide, and we’ve made so many good memories and friends aboard her. She’s our home, after all.
Today’s topic is one many cruisers must experience to reach crucial locations: Crossings- Multi-night, non-stop sailing/motoring, many times without any sight of land the whole time.
We have only basic ideas of what’s next, depending on weather and such, but we have two options. There are only two major weather windows that happen around here: either in November or April.
So basically, imagine a bunker from the 1920’s that’s in the middle of the jungle that’s coming out of this big hill, then imagine it nearly a hundred years later: the jungle has taken over, vines are crawling over everything, weeds have overflowed the sidewalks, and the horizon is blocked out by huge trees.
Our experience through the canal started at about 3:00 in the morning. I woke up, got dressed and found, to my intense surprise, that, as usual, I was the last one awake, despite the time. Such is the woes of one who sleeps in.
You start the game in the Shrine of Resurrection, a shrine that doesn’t do much but is pretty helpful in the lore: the story is a hundred years ago, a prophecy was issued that Calamity Ganon, antagonist of the game, is to rise again, along with Link, the Master Sword’s wielder and Ganon’s enemy, and Zelda, the princess with the sacred powers that will lock Ganon away.
Aright guys, because we have Wi-Fi again and I have nothing better to do, let’s talk a little bit more about video games, specifically Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! I have a couple of the other Zelda games (Skyward Sword, Link’s Awakening), but by far, BotW (Breath of the Wild) must be my […]
A Rainforest hike in Refugio Nacional de Fauna Silvestre Golfito, Costa Rica written by a boat kid.
Ok so basically there’s a WHOLE OTHER GAME (Subnautica: Below Zero) and while the first one will always have a special place in my heart and will remain a classic, I’ve just got to marvel at what a masterpiece S:BZ (Subnautica: Below Zero) is.
My favorite animals that we saw in Manuel Antonio were the tent making bats.