Friday, June 10, 2011

Our vague plan for the future.

Slowly but surely the time went by,  and we are starting to get excited to move on.  We are back from Morro de Sao Paolo,  and we picked up a mooring at Yacht Clube Bahia.  The sea is soft and gentle and Catlyn is lying so still.  Today we took the bus into the old town,  Pelhourinho,  and walked to Immigration and  Port Capitaine.  All the paper work is done, and we can leave any day now, as soon as the predicted cold front passes.
I was spoilt by the men in the shops in Salvador.  A lot of shops are on sale now,  and I was stuck in the fitting room for some time, with each one bringing me lovely things to try on for them. 

Ps. Here is the photo of the lovely wild Oysters we had in Gamboa. You can see that we consume Tabasco in huge quantities .... see a previous post below for reasons.  Yes, Allan we take care of possible risk. The biggest risk...to run out of this hot stuff.  The "Gota" little bottle is a local Brazilian very GOOD copy of Tabasco with a touch of Portuguese. We love the stuff and wish somebody will take the risk to import it to South Africa. It is  lemons on the plate...yes...Brazilian lemons are orange like oranges,  and orange are yellow like lemons.  Saúde !!!!



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Wo.anderer said...

Fair winds julle.
ps. ek het pap (geel) gevind in franse eilande :)

Wo.anderer said...

en hier in horta is tabasco ;-) baie mooi hier, 'n mekka vir al die see-karavane.

WINDWARD said...

YOU WOULD HOPE BY NOW THE MOZZIES WOULD HAVE LEARNT ABOUT BITING THE CREW OF CATLYN,SHOW THEM THE AD.