Lockdown on a boat is difficult, but is it worse if you’re on land? Gnarly old cruisers like us and Sailing Totem have developed a stoical mental attitude, but we know some who are having problems being stuck at anchor.
Not a bad little pad, eh? Do you have any questions you would like us to answer? We’re all ears and we have time on our hands…
We’re all separated at the moment, so this hopeful song from the doctors, nurses and health workers of Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals is a ray of sunshine in the gloom.
If you flout the MRO (Movement Restriction Order) in Malaysia you could end up in jail for six months or receive a $250 fine.
When the meeting finished we realised that all restaurants, bars and shops (except food stores and pharmacies) would be closed the next day. Naturally, we rushed off to buy these foldable chairs to make our own pontoon pub. Not bad, are they?
We read that Brunei had finally succumbed to Covid-19 and there was talk of a border shutdown. If we checked out of Malaysia but weren’t allowed into Brunei we would be stranded…
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