Location: Falmouth, Antigua

As you can tell from the title, there isn’t too much going on around here. The island is in lockdown and everyone is confined to their homes. Fortunately for us, we still have the ocean. That means swimming. To fill the hours that would usually be occupied with being head chef, helping others revise for finals (which are fast approaching), showing you all the finest snorkeling spots of the island, we have taken up a plethora of extracurricular activities involving;
-draining bilges
-cleaning said drained bilge
-trying to figure out why said cleaned drained bilge flooded (currently unknown, but leading theory is plausible)
-more exercising
-bread baking (new professions found)

Once we complete this list we pretty much repeat the next day. Social Isolation and lockdown doesn’t appear to be too horrible especially when we can wave to our friends on the wonderful S/Y Argo across the anchorage. While this social isolation hasn’t driven us totally crazy yet it truly isn’t the same as being on semester with you all. Your lack of presence is felt every morning when I wander through to the galley and there’s no head chef preparing breakfast and hustle and bustle as everyone readies themselves for the day. I am greeted by Lolo and some freshly brewed coffee every morning. It is a fantastic way to start the day, thank you. Here’s a photo of some bread Amunda made.