Salvage in my Sarong in time for Christmas
14 December 2016
If you are scratching your head thinking of what to buy your loved ones, a copy of my book 'Salvage in my Sarong-The Mediterranean Dream in a rescued boat'
will keep them amused especially with a nice cold glass of wine. With 112 pages of colour pics and the tale of our crazy adventure, at $39.95 plus $10 postage anywhere in Australia, it will arrive in time. I will sign the book with a special message. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to order
I will also be in Mooloolaba for the week prior to Christmas if you would like to buy from me direct. Glass of bubbly included!
In case you missed the blurb:
Join the latest adventures of Linda and Captain Underpants.......
Salvage in my Sarong is a remarkable story of how Linda's husband Bill surprises her (and himself), by winning an online bid for an old wooden boat, half way across the world, in the Caribbean. At first Linda is horrified and reluctant to become involved in her husband's crazy scheme. This sailing boat 'Lati', had been abandoned, ransacked and almost stolen by pirates and is a total mess when the couple arrive from Australia.
Linda's dream of sailing the Mediterranean becomes reality as somehow, this gallant 9.4 metre yacht emerges like Cinderella, taking them across the vast Atlantic to Portugal and the Med. For three summers, Lati takes them on a romantic cruise to Italy, Greece and Turkey fitting easily into quaint harbours with tavernas ashore. However, the voyage is not without drama, as they continue with boat repairs in exotic locations, making many friends along the way.
From the author of Sailing in my Sarong comes this story of resourcefulness, endurance and celebration in the forging of a strong bond between a couple and their boat, a must-read adventure that makes anything seem possible.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Linda Frylink Anderson is an artist, retired Early Childhood teacher and University tutor. She has been married to Bill aka Captain Underpants since 1977. Together they have two grown up children, three grandchildren and a thirst for adventure. Linda's first book 'Sailing in my Sarong, Around the World - a 30 year dream' is a memoir of their circumnavigation of the world in their home built yacht 'Valiam'.
Linda still likes to wear sarongs, and these days she escapes the world to her bush studio in northern New South Wales or she may be on board Valiam in Mooloolaba, Queensland if not at sea.