What Happened to our Guest Cabin?
Over the past 2 years our back cabin has become "the shed", loaded with boat projects. Four solar panels, 20 metres of fabric for new shade covers, various other parts, Neil's Indonesian drum, his guitar and lots more. So we moved the goodies off the boat to our Thai girlfriend's house (thank you Kaew and Brian), so that Ray and Jan had a cabin to themselves. They had a few days to get their "sea-legs" in the comfort of the marina, then we provisioned, Neil arrived, and we cleared out. Let the fun begin!
Boat Jobs To Start With
Our first night at anchor two local fishermen came over with their catch of prawns. Ley swum out, completed the transaction, the next day Jan and Ley peeled the prawns on the back step. That's the way to shop.
We were lucky to have great weather, showering on the aft deck with million dollar views, terrific flat water sailing, beautiful full moon anchorages and interesting snorkeling at Koh Rok Nok and in the hong at Koh Muk.
Pounding the Streets of Penang
|Our local bar, just around the corner from Love Lane, Georgetown, Penang.|
We're looking forward to their return ...... they're good crew and good friends in the one great package !