I recently spent some time crossing the Atlantic ocean which Wikipedia describes as "the second-largest of the world's oceanic divisions. With a total area of about 106.4 million square kilometres (41.1 million square miles), it covers approximately one-fifth of the Earth's surface and about one-quarter of its water surface area. The first part of its name refers to the Atlas of Greek mythology, making the Atlantic the 'Sea of Atlas'."
After weeks, of tossing n' turning, it was most welcomed when the water became like glass.
I considered asking the captain to head for the pot of gold.
Besides the dolphins, the flying fish put on the greatest show. This poor guy leaped a little to high and landed on deck where he died. Here is a YouTube video clip of these amazing creatures.
Ah, sweet land and a winged creature saying 'hola.'
After many weeks at sea, welcoming site: land (Strait of Gibraltar). Alas, we floated on by. Put two red eyes in my hoodie flying up behind me and you have a Jawa looking over my shoulder.
A very important sign on any ship. Lackluster food is served three times a day with the highlight being ice cream on Sunday afternoons!
And miles to go before I sleep / And miles to go before I sleep.
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