At the time I had run up the stairs to try and get a sight of it, the wale was long gone.
Whale!, screamed someone just as I opened the main door to
look at today’s weather. As most people here I’m still very excited about the wales, even though we’ve seen a few now. Sad thing they disappear just as fast as they show up. At the time I had run up the stairs to try and get a sight of it, the wale was long gone. Even though it would have been nicer to see it, it’s hard to complain. It’s not everyday you’re on the atlantic ocean, surrounded by miles and miles of deep-blue water full of beautiful wales and dolphins playing by the ship. It’s on days like this I almost consider staying here forever.
It’s kind of scary how days here really goes on routine.
Because every day is almost the same when we’re at sea, it’s hard to know when a day end and another begin. Even though I really enjoy sailing, I’m looking forward a lot to see land again. After sailing for almost two weeks I really miss being able to think and breathe on my own. Even though I love the fellowship here it’s hard not to get a bit tired of living upon each other after a while.
With that said I don’t have much more to say than to wish all
you readers a fantastic day and a thank’s for reading my blog. Cheers, Jacob.