Thu 28/03-2013 Day 436

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The tropical rash lumps on my ankles after my beach camp session between Panama City and Colombia

 

Pos: here
Loc: before Carpurgana
Acc: Navy supply ship “Cartagena de Indias”

A typical rest and work day – being online, sleeping, reading, eating… big seas out there and many white caps. The huge ship is moving quite a lot… I slept perfectly in a safe, dry and cool environment, and feel my skin is healing quickly. But I am also fighting sea sickness all day… not much more to write today, sorry…

 

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Randall Lackey

Enjoyed all the pictures; except one. Your poor ankles and legs.Take care of yourself gal. Thanks much for sharing the nice pictures and your journey with us. Rest well.

Judith Norback

Freya,
Thanks for spending so much time sharing your adventure with us–we all appreciate it! I hope you can get medical help or advice for your skin, since you’ll be off again soon, and, didn’t you say you usually are sitting in water in your kayak?
Rest well! We are all thinking of you…

Giancarlo

Dear Freya Who not to ask a suggestion from a doctor?
Sometimes allergic reactions to insects must be properly faced.
Good rest with the kind Colombian Navy

Pedro J.

Sad to hear and see how much things have changed in the San Blas archipelago. I used to sail to San Blas from Cartagena on the seventies. The Islands were pristine, the Kunas unspoiled, food and souvenirs were exchanged, i.e. they gave us fish, lobsters, coconuts and in some instances their lovely hand sown colorful Kuna women shirts.. we gave them salt, sugar…. The only permit required was a courtesy visit to the Kuna Cief asking for his authorization to sail and stay and visita the archipelago. Villages on the islands had beautiful huts, all kept very clean and tidy. You could not see trash floating around in the sea nor on deserted beaches. People was happy, very friendly, shy and not yet spoiled by ignorant tourist masses believing that all can be purchased with money.
Wishing you a safe, pleasant and interesting continuation of your odissey.

Jörg Hofferbert

Puh, that looks really not good, your skin. Think on something else please, if itch is coming. I know it´s heavy. I hope the columbien navy can help you. Rest a little bit or longer.

Now i watch your photos, but this i have to say.

Frances Price

If “a picture is worth a thousand words,” then you’ve written several thousands today, Freya. Your photos are absolutely delightful; thank you for sharing them!

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