So the urban myth of clockwise above, counter-clockwise below (or is it the opposite? I’m dyslexic…) goes unsolved.
My first time in the Southern hemisphere has so far been … a lot like the northern hemisphere. The water is still blue. The sky is still blue. And there are still clouds. ACTUALLY, yesterday the water temporarily turned brown as we passed the
SAS has a fun tradition called “Neptune Day,” which is celebrated when we pass the equator for the first time. For some reason though, Neptune Day is actually scheduled for tomorrow. Classes are cancelled and our day is instead filled with fun activities such as showering in guts, kissing a fish, and shaving our heads. On the last voyage, fifty-five girls shaved their heads. I think I should take a poll on whether or not I should join in this time around? Mom? Oh right…you don’t have internet access right now. No good angel to counteract the bad devil telling me to “DO IT!”
Stay tuned to tomorrow’s entry for a recollection of Neptune Day’s events.