Flight UA114

I look at the distance traveled on the small screen in front of my seat, 3,4138 miles, and realize it’s about 3/4th of what we’ve spent the last four months sailing. We’re now flying it in eighth hours. I’ve never been on an international flight. UA114 was my first, and it had all the usual … Continue reading Flight UA114

At Least We Still Have Toilet Paper…

Coronavirus is hitting the entire world. Everyone knows this. Even we knew it out in the middle of the largest ocean on the planet. These days, news does not escape even the hardest to reach. The captain and owner of the boat set up IridiumGo, a satellite email and messaging service which allows for communication … Continue reading At Least We Still Have Toilet Paper…

Erin’s Take on the Pacific Crossing

Note: This post was drafted up before we learned how the spread of Corona virus would be affecting us. I figured these reflections and thoughts were still relevant and still wanted to share. The next posts will be a truer reflection of our current circumstances once those emails began trickling in. It’s not the being … Continue reading Erin’s Take on the Pacific Crossing

The Embera Village Tour: Mixed Feelings

Part of the World ARC fee we paid covers tours in the locations to which we sail. Before we really launch off from Panama for the Las Perlas Islands, there was a tour provided to see an Embera Village. The Embera people are one of seven remaining indigenous people groups in Panama, each with their … Continue reading The Embera Village Tour: Mixed Feelings