Friday, December 14, 2012

We Made It to Cartagena

[Re-post of blog from December 6th]

We are at anchor in Cartagena. We pulled in just as a fresh loaf of gluten free bread was coming out of the oven. Danny is now meeting with our clearance agent on shore and Tom and I are about break out the rum. We see that our friends on Dolphin of Leith are hear and we
are excited to see them again.

I will sign off now as we are a bit tired from the recent passages. We are super excited to be here. Imagine, sailing to Colombia! More soon.

Crew of Blue Kai

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