I take biodramines since 18'00 yesterday And it seems to have worked. I have managed to go down to breakfast despite the difficulties in walking in the halls. The ship looks like a ghost ship again. Or rather, a "floating washing machine".
On the fourth floor I find a lady vomiting. Drake rages again. The "help" bags are returned in each corner. The chairs are back down. The shower is again a "merry-go-round". I will never forget these waters.
Sleep, nobody has slept very well. Everything creaks. Among the ghostly silence of the ship that gloomy sound of the railing reappears when the waves cut. Sound that I have already recorded again.
Although I'm fine, I don't want to force. I get on my bunk to watch the second movie of the trip. I brought many movies on the laptop because I came alone, and I saw the first one last night. That tells me a lot.
Sunday, December 13
20'21, Drake Pass
At 64º 13 'W, 61º 26' S
He sea is much more placid this afternoon. Of course, the sun has disappeared.
We travel at 13 knots on the way to Usuahia, and although there are winds of force 7, when hitting in front of the ship, the shocks are less noticeable, not as if going
I have gone down to eat without problem, and I have been seeing the waltz and albatross waltz again from the top of the ship. It is quite a show.
Dinner has been equally enjoyable. Manel has invited us to another Rioja, before going back up to say goodbye to the day. It seems that the Yubartas have agreed to say goodbye. A half-dozen show accompany the ship emitting its "snorts" at a safe distance. We only need the sirens ... hehehe. Josep "Papa-pollo" and Angela "Mama-pollo" accompany me
Now I will take the last biodramina and for bed. There is still 1 day and a half of navigation
Isaac, from the Drake Pass