Category Archives: fish

Traveler’s Tax

Kuta, Bali, Indonesia Here is an important bit of travelers’ etiquette that you should become aware of: When you join a long-term traveler, you need to be ready to pay the tax. Related posts: House or Travel? Life passing us … Continue reading

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Brad Kellogg owes me $67.25

South Pass of Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia Did you know that when Sharks get into large groups (say like 50 plus) they school, like fish? So we learned something new today. More of that in a minute, let’s get down … Continue reading

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And the UN was right!

South Pass of Fakarava, Tuamotu, French Polynesia OK, the UN was right (really, how often do you here THAT on a daily basis? 😉 This place rocks. Did you see that coral!?  Did you see that water!?  It all looks … Continue reading

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Polynesian Snorkeling

(Continued from previous post… Tahuata, French Polynesia) As we continued to travel north along the island to our next anchorage, Hanatefau, reportedly the 3rd prettiest in Polynesia, we saw some spectacular waterspouts along the shoreline. Upon arriving we found that … Continue reading

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All that’s missing is a Kracken

Despite our best fishing efforts, pickings continue to be rather slim     (If you watched that…I apologize.  My only defense is that when you’re this long out to sea some things seem funnier than they are.)   We did … Continue reading

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Keeping Busy

I want to convey to you our daily life.  Have you ever had a personal montage?  The underway life is a daily existence of extreme ritual, when you allow it to be, and that ritual allows you to focus on … Continue reading

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The truth about food on boats

We dine like gods out here! To give you an idea, I offer for your consideration this typical evening “crew ration” Stuffed peppers, avocado, fresh tomato salad and hand-made garlic bread… All par for the course for our dining experience … Continue reading

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Still Walking on the Wild Side

Though the great indoors has its fair share of wildlife, the great out of doors in La Cruz is also not to be missed. One of the greatest things about having your own means of water transportation (or at least … Continue reading

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Mazatlan, MX – 2

Mazatlan, MX So I thought I was doing OK with the fishing thing…then I met this guy, Yeah, my biggest fish so far is about 15 lbs. My first question to Marcus was “So what do you do with it!?” … Continue reading

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20091120T – Did I call it

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