We are a finely-tuned machine, packing, unpacking, repacking. Buying more stuff (although the last shipment from Amazon has already arrived).
Sunday late afternoon, we check-in to a hotel near Denver International Airport. Early, early we go to the airport and fly away.
Today, Friday, we go to the Thai Consulate in Denver to get our sixty-day visas. That will do until we make a “visa run” to Bali for a couple of weeks. Then we fly home, with a ten hour layover in Seoul. We’ll take a specially-paced six hour tour of the city.
We’re headed to this area. The marina is on the island of Phuket, in the upper right corner. There’s a bridge to the mainland, but it’s too low, we can’t sail under it.
We fly in three weeks, leaving 21.Jan.19, arriving the “same day” (sort of), but landing on 22.Jan.19. The ultimate jet lag — we lose a whole day crossing the Dateline.
What do we carry? What about all the sailing gear? (twenty pounds worth).
Thanks for joining me!
Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton