The whole time we lived in Africa and every time we travel and we find ourselves some place uniquely interesting we refer to it as a “National Geographic moment”. This trip down the Manamo River was a continuous National Geographic moment. Every time we turned around there was another incredible view, amazing sound or unexpected moment. Whether it was waking up at sunrise having our coffee in ... Read Full Entry
Like so many others we love to travel and we love to sail so cruising makes a lot of sense. Janice has retired from Cornell as a business manager and Bob has retired from South Seneca school district as the high school principal. It's time to sell the house, get rid of whatever doesn't fit on our 40 foot Caliber LRC named Tsamaya (this means Travel Well in Setswana) and set off to see the world. Our reasons for publishing this blog is twofold, first to keep in touch with our friends and family and secondly to share our experiences. If you would like to receive notification when we have added ... full info
Almost back to TrinidadSeeing this platform told us we were close to being back to the anchorage in Trinidad that we were returning to.
Hard to missThe platforms are definitely well lit. Fortunately we spotted the various mooring cans around the platform that were not lit with our spotlight.
Hand drawn chartsOne of the hand-drawn charts we used to travel to Manamo River as it wasn’t always on our chartplotter. At times it showed us motoring over land, luckily that was only on the electronic chartplotter and not in real life!