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... completely and utterly saturated. Despite this, it was a great moment to see the room full of wet and cold climbers, drinking coffee, laughing and trying to keep warm. When Jim went to check in, they told him,'We have no heating or hot water, but have a nice stay'. He thought this was very amusing, but it also meant that we could not warm up and that our clothes and boots had no chance at all of drying before the next day.
CLIMBING CULTURE - You are probably ...
... I tried offering morale support and encouragement by dangling which helped.
The motion of going down, descending or generaLly travelling back really domestic appeal to me. The ascent is no problem, I'm like mountain goat, the prospect forms as training, endurance physical exertion. The opposite should form a teleport to the bottom, the main work is done, why would one bother. Well the mountain forms a top ...
... assemblen mÚs a un bolet. Per˛ si que floreixen i es reprodueixen per pol-linitzaciˇ. No se sap mai quan floreixen, potser una vegada cada 3 o 5 anys i per aix˛ Ús un gran esdeveniment quan floreixen. Estan protegides i no es poden arrencar ni fer cultius a prop. Per aix˛ la gent que en te se n’aprofita i fa pagar per veure-les. Poden arribar a tenir 1 metre de diÓmetre. La primera que vam veure ja estava ...
It's our sixth week of the medical elective, so 3 weeks till we're back home but thankfully it's the first Monday we've not had to be up at 6! I didn't wake up till half 9 and felt so much better for a full 8 hours of sleep. It looked liked good weather outside so we made the most of our full day by heading to the beach earlier than usual. On the way to the bus we picked up some lunch and arrived to the beach by 11. It was boiling today and I spent ...
... We disembarked, crossed the track and made for the Tien Nam Shi Buddhist Temple; we only had 20 minutes but that’s enough to
get a few photos. Back on board we were each given a very welcome cold wet towel
to freshen up.
Beverages were then served; Mr John had a Tiger, I had another iced lemon tea.
After Kinarut the train passed through Kawang Village and Kawang Forest Reserve with mangrove jungles, fruit orchards ...