Bhavik Gandhi Rowing From Spain to Antigua – Day 4

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We just stumbled across this on the web this morning. A chap named Bhavik Gandhi is on Day 4 of an attempt to row solo across the Atlantic in what amounts to a homemade plywood and resin boat. "Homemade" is a bit of a misnomer as the craft is very specialized and well equipped with all the latest technical gadgets.

But alone is alone in the middle of the Atlantic. The journey from Spain to Antigua is expected to take 90 days or so and the Barbados Free Press will be following Mr. Gandhi's progress – if only to day dream for a bit about what it is like to not have to go to work every morning.

You can visit Mr. Gandhi's website here and even send him a message as he rows.

Good luck, Mr. Gandi – and row hard because hurricane season is fast approaching.

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3 responses to “Bhavik Gandhi Rowing From Spain to Antigua – Day 4

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  2. lester bird

    >>The Middle East peace process is “dead,” Arab League Secretary-General Amr Moussa said on Saturday.

    Too bad for Antigua…

    Supporting Syrian Terror through internet gambling..

    And now Chavez is building himself a new airport ???

    John Allen Mohammed Redeux ??

    If I were the US, I’d schedule daily B-52 flights….

  3. THANKS 4 GIVING ME A SUCH A IMPORTANT & SURPRISING TRIP ON DAY 4
    I M VERY HAPPY

    BHAVIK