Water has been my
element ever since. When I was 17, I took all my money and
travelled with Manfred to Lido di Jesolo (
I was born in
1954, secretary, fondness for reading crime stories and books in
general and certainly travelling. I love dolphins and hope that I
could swim amongst them sometime, not in a resort but in their
natural environment. My biggest problem I can eat what I
want and do not lose any weight. So many years I am struggling
hard against my pounds and I havent lost a single one. But
there is another problem:
I follow Barbara with everything. Especially water and the open sea are my favourites. To head for a place is my goal, arriving is not so much important. I forget about the stress at work and I relax from the first moment, when I am on the water
I was born in 1952, chemical engineer, I am interested in everything which is associated to water, travelling, nature, geology, people and their countries. This always fascinates me and I cannot get enough.
For these reasons I still have my dream of a long journey by boat, perhaps a circumnavigation, but very slowly to have the opportunity to see as much as possible.
To complete the crew of Ba-Li-Ma-Ra
I was born in 1987. With my parents I share the passion for water. I love music (my favourites are the Beatles but also classical arias), apples, candies, ice-cream, pizza and sightseeing by car. I like to visit interesting places where I can observe my environment. I live together with 23 friends in a home for handicapped people.
Unfortunately I cannot really live on a small boat, but I like the wind and the sea. I had the chance to go on a big ferry-boat from Italy to Greece, I really enjoyed the travels. My parents took me also on a canal-boat in England, I loved that too.
"Harbour" of the crew on land:
We tied up at Muffendorf, which is part of Bonn-Bad-Godesberg, with a lot of flair, above the river Rhine, overlooking the valley. A visit and a walk through the picturesque village can be highly recommended.
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