Dear Logbook, fifteenth day of the first trip.
Yesterday afternoon after tasting lunch and resting for a while, finally I went for another walk. At the end of the day I was not tired, which is good because my body still seems to be in good physical condition thanks to medicines.
In the evening we prepared food and had dinner and, as today is a school day and a working one, we went to bed early. I keep taking half a pill of that magic potion. The thing is that I have rested 6 hours in a row and a little more.
Today in the morning, after leaving Gadea in the sailors’ school, I went for a walk. Then I ran some errands, had lunch and rested.
In the afternoon, I do the daily routines. This week there is a novelty within this 21-day trip. It is that I just have to go to the boat a couple of days. On Thursday, for a control of weight and diet, and on Friday for a meeting with the Captain who has been supervising me the administration of the liquids received at sea. In addition, the land crew will come to our house on Wednesday for the usual extraction of the precious red liquid. Thus, with this weekly control to check how my body is progressing, the following crossings at sea can be better programmed.
Dear diary, there is little more to tell for today. I will surely write more tomorrow, even if only a few lines.