Year: 2018

Sailing

The Norway – Denmark sailing adventure – almost touching the rocks at Lysefjord.

At six o’clock in the morning only us and 3 cyclists were looking into the abyss of the Lysefjord. The weather was calm and the waters smooth like a mirror. I went for a walk. Only the sound of a waterfall was cutting through the silence. Bahia Sol was sitting comfortably, awaiting the captain permission to leave. Rysiu was trying to send the drone up to capture few pictures, but as we were at “the end of the world”, the technology was struggling. 

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The Norway – Denmark sailing adventure- Lysefjord.

Kacper and I spent 4 hours trying not to get completely soaked. The drizzle developed into rain and then decided to come back to being a mean drizzle again. Nothing was safe from becoming wet inside and out. This is how important is to have good sailing cloths! My jacket from Decathlon will be replaced […]

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The Norway-Denmark sailing adventure – Kopervik.

As it can be expected the weather in Norway in September is unpredictable. When you are leaving a port with a plan to sail to your next destination, a lot can change within few moments. The plan was to leave Klokkarvik and sail to Tau, but the weather quickly changed our plans. We still have […]

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The Norway-Denmark sailing adventure – Klokkarvik.

Bergen came back to its normal self around midnight when the thick drops started to hit the deck. I laid in my bed listening to the rain and music draining from the night club. I could not see a thing through the hutch, where the city light created a halo. I imagined the sky heavy […]

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The Norway-Denmark sailing adventure – welcome Bergen!

The view from the plane over Norway was bewildering. We were lucky. It was not raining that day and we could see amazing landscape building on the waters of Norwegian Sea. The towns looked like a frosting on the edges of green pieces of land cuddled by the greyish waters. The fish-farms created perfect rings […]

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Our dream, our time and few other things…

Today a person close to my heart sent me a message saying she is giving up her job as the company she works for is turning more and more into the corporation. The more exclamation marks in the subject field of an email, the more important a person behind it is. Everything suppose to be […]

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The Santorini disaster – sailing in Greece.

I always wanted to visit Santorni, see the white houses streaming down the volcanic hills and witness the sunset over the edges of the island. We knew there is no real facilities for the sailors, the port is too small and the depths of 150m will not allow you to drop an anchor. Staying overnight is not only costly (we were charged 100 euros), but could be dangerous, as we found out later on.

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The goats, the church and Homer – welcome to Ios!

How to share a road with goats, check Homer’s view and discover a hidden beach – find out in our latest blog post about incredibly beautiful Ios island in Greece!

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Ios – avoiding swallowing up by the ferry.

The sails went down and the engine took the silence away. The sea was blue and calm, few ferries cut the waters speeding towards the harbour of Ios and we could feel the waves they created. Their mouths wide open, looking to swallow the distance and deliver the passengers for the leisurely stroll around the […]

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The anchor crossing in Hydra, Greece

My eyes were pilled to the surface of the port waters. At 1 am at night, with the harbour lights on, I could not see a thing. The angry flashlights from the boat opposite were cutting the darkness, almost shouting at us – OUR ANCHORS CROSSED!

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