|Sorry, No Apples|
Its a passage of 2600 nautical miles, which we're expecting to take a little less than three weeks. We'll cross the equator again, and move through the inter-tropical convergence zone.
In Suriname we plan to stay up the river at Waterland Marina Resort.
So we'll leave behind our friends and acquaintances on Ascension, the most memorable of which was this feral donkey who was convinced we had food in the car for him.
We're reasonably well provisioned for the passage, specially now we have those wild bananas from the local mountain.
Ley and friend Maia have been practicing banana recipes, with flambe banana the most popular so far, possibly because of the amount of rum involved.