Getting in to the rhythm on the ocean always take some time. The first 48 hours are often easy as we start by having enough sleep and all other primary needs. That means you don`t sleep the best quality sleep those two days which in turn makes the third day a bit rougher. We are also running three hours watches so that is also something to get used to. Today we have slept 9 hours each so tomorrow we are in to the system.
Kristine has asked about what we are discussing while sailing. Today it hasn`t been too much as we have been together only in watch shift, but during lunch today we were talking a bit about the election which is coming up back home, were we have already voted, and what if the ones we have voted for are making fools of themselves just before the election day and if we have voted wrong for that reason.
We have got a couple of bottle posts (and welcome on board in San Fransisco Berit!), but we have also got an e-mail that the bottle post link does not work. Obviously, it works sometimes? We`ll send a question to our webmaster and he will look in to it. News from the mainland are very welcome!
Lunch and dinner today; rice with chicken in red curry. Pieces of pineapple will be mixed in to the dinner serving to make the portions to proper size without too much effort.
Flying fish and flying birds today as well. We have also seen a couple of jumping squids