Secured permit & mooring buoy, we sailed from Mallorca to Cabrera. Serene mooring, brief storm, & castle visit marked our memorable adventure.
About Koen Blanquart
Koen Blanquart is a strategy consultant, journalist, and author.
Wanderlust is one of his driving factors, and he shares his travels here on Boarding Today. Koen is also the skipper of SV Bagabonda, a sailing vessel making a slow circumvention of the globe..
Koen recently published a book on how to manage a remote team: The Suitcase Office.
Entries by Koen Blanquart
Sailing from Mallorca to Bizerte was a test of skill, resolve, and adaptability. Despite the marina’s halted ambitions, its amenities were a haven. Yet, rigorous Bizerte customs remind sailors of stern port formalities.
I’ve visited Lisbon a few times over the past year and could take some cool images
The open sewers that crossed the major axes of Antwerp in the middle ages have been covered by Napoleo. The city of Antwerp now makes it possible to visit these underground sewers, and see the city from a different angle.
After a crazy summer, time for a break in Croatia!
The Panama Canal is an impressive human construction, worth visiting. The Agua Clara locks show the complexity of the operation
And so, our stay in South Korea came to an end. Ready to cross the Sea of Japan, and continue the journey in Japan. First stop: Fukuoka.
In South Korea, Busan and Haeundae-gu should be part of any itinerary. Here are our first impressions and tips of Haeundae-gu and Busan.
When you visit South Korea, be prepared to meet coffee place staff being very insisting on getting an answer to the question “for here or to go.” And that has not just a customer service reasoning behind it. South Korean law tries to limit the number of wasted cups.