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- Created: Wednesday, 26 March 2008 08:35
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- Published: Wednesday, 26 March 2008 08:35
- Written by Mike Kesterton
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Well it seems the fisherman did know something. What he was trying ti tell us was he had net out. Kra Banks turned out to be a very rolly anchorage and it didn't help that the wind decided to come up as well. So all in all a pretty unpleasant nights sleep. Anyway, we know Pangkor will be a good anchorage. We arrive early at Pangkor and the girls go ashore for a look around. I take some time to rest and try and get over this flu.
We have an early morning start the next day on our trip from Pangkor to Ketam. We are up at 3.30am. It turns out to be a very long 93 nm day with short choppy seas ( time for some sea sick pills for me, the girls hold out a bit longer). Today i just don't leave the bunk. The girls did a great jobs on watch and cooking meals. We finally drop anchor at 7.20pm in a nice quiet anchorge (thank god) so good sleep and nice breeze and no rain. Perfect.
We are currently on route to Port Dickson through the parking lot of Port Klang. Not too many ships to dodge. But some practice for Singapore.
That's about as long as I can stand and type . More later