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Blog Posts Tagged "food"
Submitted by Tania Lado Insua on Tue, 09/27/2011 - 06:33
¡Pues la verdad es que se cuece de todo! Hoy os voy a contar qué comemos en el barco y como funciona nuestro horario para las comidas. El JOIDES Resolution es casi como un hotel, nos preparan las habitaciones y nos limpian las instalaciones todos los días. También tenemos servicio de lavandería a diario. Para haceros una idea, me yo me he traído ropa para una semana y media y con ropa para 3 días me habría sobrado.
Submitted by Helder Pereira on Sat, 12/03/2011 - 09:48
In a previous entry you realized that we have an excellent team of cooks preparing all the meals for us. Breakfast is served between 5 and 7 AM, lunch between 11 and 1 PM, and dinner between 5 and 7 PM.
Submitted by Carol Larson on Fri, 06/07/2013 - 12:39
One of the benefits of living on the JR is that all our meals are prepared for us! Imagine not having to come home from a hard days work and cook a meal…for two months! It is bliss!
And they are not ordinary meals that you get in cafeterias or large institutions either. We are in heaven with all the delicious, specially prepared meals. This plate of salmon carpaccio says it all!
Submitted by Carol Larson on Sun, 06/09/2013 - 11:34
How did the rat get on board you might ask?
Victoria Rat is the type of animal that follows her nose to food. She lived in the port of Victoria, Canada where there are lots of ships and ships are full of food for the many people who work on them. A floating banquet!
Submitted by Peter Clift on Wed, 01/15/2014 - 15:24
It's only a week now before I have to leave and head off towards Hong Kong for our port call to join the JOIDES Resolution and to start our work that will last through to almost the beginning of April.
Submitted by Naomi Barshi on Sun, 09/04/2016 - 23:04
It's the weekend! That means everything proceeds as normal on board, except on-shore colleagues don't read their emails, we don't have video conferences with schools, and we have Very Special Food.
Submitted by Martin Bottcher on Mon, 01/16/2017 - 07:06
Nearly everybody going on board of the JOIDES Resolution for the first time may have asked the question: "What shall we eat in this 8 weeks?" to himself or to others, when preparing to sail. Because of the ambitious expedition goals, the ship is designed to remain 8 weeks on sea, without visiting any port.