Turtles in Our Wake by Sandra Clayton

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Synopsis

Most people at some point long to escape - from the weather, the commute, the routine. Sailing off in a forty-foot boat called Voyager comes at a price, however. Indeed, for David and Sandra Clayton it meant selling their house and possessions with a lifetime's collection of memories and emotions attached to them. But the result proved
life-enhancing.





With her eye for detail and vivid descriptions, Sandra carries the reader with her through some of the Mediterranean's loveliest islands. Charmed by tranquil anchorages, ancient harbours and the people they meet, they also develop a fascination with the sea and its wildlife. And, whilst questioning the things we value and the nature of happiness, this book reveals the growing and sometimes amusing inter-dependence of two people alone at sea.



This is the sequel to the popular Dolphins under my Bed, which charted Sandra and David's first long journey: a 2,000-mile voyage from England, down the Atlantic coast and into the warm waters of the Mediterranean.
 

About Sandra Clayton

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Initially a reluctant sailor, Sandra Clayton fell in love with sailing and the sea, and the urge to write it all down became irresistible. Writing has been her pastime or job for most of her life, and her work includes an award winning radio play for the BBC. She and her husband cruise full time from spring to autumn, and ski all winter.
 
Published January 3, 2012 by Adlard Coles. 240 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors, Travel. Non-fiction

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