Our stay in Panama and preparations for the passage across the Pacific took so long that they even started bringing tourists to us. I’m dead serious. Boats with tourists circled around us, while a guide told them that it’s a Russian boat sailing under the Russian navigation system GLONASS. Everyone applauded.
That was the last straw and we decided to get out of the place. The entire haven was bidding us farewell during three days. The Venezuelans, who were ferrying a charter catamaran and gradually squandering its property, gave us the best gift. They brought us wonderful waterproof seats and really pleased us with the inscription reading “For care your ass sailing with GLONASS.”
The Russian community of Panama City (great guys), four people in total.
They decided to sail to the nearest island with us.
From which they returned on a boat – you can see them on the lower deck at the stern.
As for us, in the end we decided to tell you how to eat tropical fruit mango properly. So listen up.
First of all, choose the most delicious ones.
Examine the fruit carefully.
And then, attention, DO NOT bite them!
DO NOT try to cut them with a huge knife.
Instead, take a small and sharp knife and carefully cut the fruit in half.
The trick is that inside the fruit there’s a stone covered with very solid fibers and, if you cut the fruit improperly, you’ll then get exhausted while removing those fibers from your teeth.
So, cut the half.
Then make lengthwise cuts.
And then cross cuts, not damaging the fruit skin.
Deftly turn it inside out.
And now eat it (with a spoon if you want).
You can train using baked potatoes.
The presenter’s attire is kindly provided by Panama City: shoes=4$, hat=2$, pareo=3$!