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Location: THE EQUATOR!

so today is day 45 which means we are officially half way through program, which is definitely bitter sweet buttttt on the brighter side we also crossed the equator! So it is definitely quite an exciting day here on board. We are also on our last day of passage to The Galapagos and are set to arrive tomorrow morning around 9 am and everyone is definitely very excited about that aswell. So in my opinion today has been super fun 🙂 we all started off with a slower morning with people rotating in and off of watch until our first meeting time at noon for lunch. After that we went to oceanography class and all (hopefully) passed our first exam. After that we all started to prepare for our equator crossing ceremony… the only requirements were to prepare an offering and show up in your finest attire. Me, Molly, Emma, Penelope, Mckenna, Courtney, and Anna all decided that the only rational offering was Anton. Sorry Antons parents 🙁 but continuing on, everyone had some very creative ideas of a proper offering. Some went for the classic shaved head, others went for a nice mullet, Pieter and Sandra had a lovely poem, Sam gave up her marriage, and Alexandra sang a lovely French song. To finish off our ceremony Olivia our outstanding head chef made some delicious tuna pasta to finish off the night. After that we ended with squeeze and I asked who was a leash kid growing up. Seemed to be everyone was pretty free range except for Mac and Toby and shoutout Penelope for being a handcuff kid.. Anyways that concludes another great day on Argo, so happy to be here and I hope everyone reading this enjoys the photos

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