I usually wake up, then do whatever I feel like that day. So maybe I just watch movies and sleep, or maybe I sail somewhere else, or work on some projects. I don't really like to call this work maintenance
, I like to ensure it is an upgrade as well. If I run out of food
I can paddle/walk to a market, and I grow some food
onboard as well.
I never take taxi or bus, or anything if it runs on fuel
, because after all, pollution is a bad thing. I tried the pedal taxi here (some filipino has to pedal and you ride) but they are lazy and get tired very soon, and only want to take me a few hundred meters to the bus stop, not to where I wanted to go. So now I just walk everywhere.
Today, I just been surfing the internet
and then I went and cut some firewood for tomorrow (only eating raw food today) Yesterday I went to lunch with some other cruisers (very amusing), then fixed my sculling oar as some of the wood for the socket broke.
I can't say I have tried staying at a marina yet, but from what I have seen, it would not offer any advantages, and they usually charge (although I have been one place where there was a free marina)
Longest time at sea is 50 days as I was badly becalmed, and had very light winds on a 4000 mile passage
. It is very fortunate I am free of an engine
as using one would have cut short and spoiled an exceptional experience.