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Using the Marie Kondo Method to Tidy Our Boat

Table of Contents - Click to Jump About Marie Kondo & Tidying UpWe Stockpile Obsolete Items or Too Many PartsMedium-Term Storage on a Boat is a Bad IdeaClothes Don’t Get Worn DownWho Needs Tchotchkes?If We Haven’t Used it By NowStore Things BetterDoes it Spark...
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Two Hiking Fails on Praslin, Seychelles

While our friends Kyle and Lauren visited us in Seychelles, we did A LOT of hiking.  This is no big surprise, as with Kyle’s last two visits we hiked the highest point in Fiji and Pic N’Ga in New Caledonia.  While hiking in Seychelles, we did have several...
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Australians Love Their Catamarans

Pretty much everywhere we have been, especially the Caribbean has been chock full of production catamarans.  Fountaine Pajots, like ours, mingle with Leopards and Lagoons.  Occasionally there’s an Antares, a Catana, or an Outremer thrown in for funsies.  For...
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Two Days on La Digue

Out of all of our stops while cruising the inner islands of Seychelles, La Digue has been my favorite.  The island is small and quaint, with plenty to do to keep entertained.  It’s touristy, but not too touristy, and it holds onto the Creole culture...
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Why Full Time Travelers Should Sign Up For Google Fi

When I first heard about it I thought Google Fi was a stupid idea.  I was primarily basing this decision off of the cost for data; why would anyone traveling pay $10 USD a GB for data, when I can get it for so much cheaper elsewhere? Use our Share the Fi Love referral code...
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Hiking the Copolia Trail in Mahe, Seychelles

We love a hike with a great view, and thankfully there’s plenty of elevation in Seychelles to keep us entertained.  We arrived on our boat to cruise the Seychelles islands and spent almost three months there. While in Seychelles, we welcomed our first set of guests...
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Meeting Giant Tortoises on Curieuse Island

We’ve been cruising around Seychelles, checking out the islands while having two groups of friends visit: Vishnu, Frido, and the three-year-old Ranju; and Kyle and Lauren.  We’d already seen the coco de mer palm tree at Vallee de Mai in Praslin, and now it was...
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Vallée de Mai, Endemic Species in Seychelles

We’re in the midst of our cruising time in Seychelles, and one of our many highlights so far has been exploring Vallée de Mai, a park and UNESCO World Heritage Site in Seychelles. The park is located on the island of Praslin, which is the second-largest island in...
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Eleven Things We Learned Buying a New Boat

The following is a sponsored post in partnership with Atlantic Cruising Yachts. All opinions are 100% our own. For most boat owners, the process building up to untying the lines is a huge ordeal. We first got the idea to go cruising way back in 2009 when my dad took David out for...
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