So, we're heading back to the Big Smoke tomorrow, the Sandstone Jungle that is Hobart.
As I look back on the eight or nine days that we've been sailing around on Galactic, a pattern makes itself apparent - we've spent most of the time hanging out with other people.
Living on a cruising sailboat is sort of like social media for people who never figured out facebook. The boating stuff is all secondary, unless you're doing long passages. Otherwise, it's the people you meet who are at the core of the experience.
Of course, we do run the danger of living in a milieu where nearly everyone we know owns a yacht, of all things. If we do this long enough, we could get a skewed view of the world!