Slow Travel – Mari Rhydwen

Slow Travel is autobiographical, in that is the story of Mari and Allen and the packing up of their normal lives, buying a yacht and sailing around the Indian Ocean for 3 years. 

They set out with next to no sailing experience, which would

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appear somewhat foolish to say the least, but they seem to gain a rapid introduction to ocean sailing and poor weather in their first foray off the coast of Western Australia.

Its a good book, in particular because it deals with alot of the aspects of ocean sailing that you either would not have thought of, or if you had thought, didn’t know how that particular thing was done or dealt with so far from civilisation and solid land.  It’s a practical book in some ways, but far from ever being boring.

In fact their story is inspirational more than anything else.

I’m almost inspired to go sell my possessions, buy a yacht and set sail into the great wide ocean. (with great fear of the many frightening events that might occur as did in Slow Travel.)


4 Responses to “Slow Travel – Mari Rhydwen”

  1. P says:

    You would like to do this, wouldn’t you?

  2. MM says:

    sell possessions? most of your assets are liquid.

  3. LD says:

    Liquidity of assets is neither a constraint or a driver to mobility of disposal of an asset.

  4. Patrycja says:

    Don’t you think it’s time for a new entry?

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