Dear Logbook, eight day of the second trip.
Well, as I said yesterday, we spent the morning taking a walk with some very good friends. Then we ate and afternoon of gathering. After they left, it was time to do things and prepare dinner. Then came bedtime. And today we have returned to the paths. A first block of 4 hours in a row of sleep. Later the sleeplessness of about two hours and half-sleep another 1 hour. Nothing new.
Today we are facing the last day of voyages of this second cycle. With great desire, if I am sincere, knowing that today, with bleomycin, together with the liquids received previously, will make the defenses be severely punished. But it is something that is already known and part of this long expedition that is repeated on each trip.
Since the day is expected to rain, we will change the walk to after leaving the KS, my second home during these last 28 days. In the morning, after preparing the breakfast meals of Martin and Gadea, it is time to do things at home and eat soon to get to the boat with the digestion done. Thus we avoid that in case of storm surge, this is lighter.
And the carriage has come and we are heading to the port. Ready to board and sail my ship. There as always they have received me with a smile on their faces and with the kindness that characterizes them. Thus they make these hard journeys less.
And today, it is from those days that as soon as we set sail and go out to sea, we begin our return. Well, the liquids to be administered are few. Another voyage has happened with the calm sea. Turn to go down to the dock, and start walking back home.
The walk, well as other times. Attempted to find new corners of this city that has welcomed us.
Once at home then turn to rest and think about preparing food for dinner. And something important happens today too. The father of this Sailor celebrate his 80th birthday and a few days ago my father-in-law also celebrated his onomastics. Dad and Father-in-law, congratulations from these distant lands. I know that this expedition given this remoteness is being hard for everyone, but you have to celebrate these things. There is less left to reach the destination.