On-board Diary: Period and semi colon. Tuesday, May 31st, 2005
Author: Eduardo de Ana
Date: May 31, 2005
Today is my last day onboard the Ranger, after crossing the Atlantic from Bermudas to Azores. Tomorrow, Ester Casado, Executive Assistant at the European office of Oceana will come onboard, to continue narrating the events on this Transoceanic Expedition that began last January 17th.
Starting tomorrow, I will be at the office again, coordinating the European section of our webpage, together with the rest of the departments, and facilitating the process so thte work we carry out at Oceana for the research and protection of the oceans may be instantly known by anyone who needs it, thanks to internet, this transmission tool capable of reaching the entire world.
I do not want to say goodbye to this, my first stay onbard the Ranger, without thanking my travel companions, and express my gratitude for the opportuntiy to participate in this exciting adventure, for the welcome, the assistance, the lessons learned and the good disposition.
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