Location: 20 50.50'S 160 37.76'W
Most of the crew started off their day around 6 AM to enjoy our last morning in Raratonga. We grabbed some breakfast while looking around a long-running Saturday market and met some locals. Some of our crew tried to adopt an Argo dog, but unfortunately, it didn’t work out. Apparently, 31 persons on a sailing boat with a dog is not a good idea. We also got our laundry back, which makes our life easier. After lunch, we were back on track to cruise to Tonga. The sea has been a little rough over our first day of passage, but everyone made it through. A new passage on the trips means new adventures and discoveries. Last time we saw some dolphins and managed to swim in the deep blue ocean, what is our next quest?
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