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... not to mention get injured by flying debris or the resultant loss of control of the boat. This was serious. Unfortunately, without dismantling the entire boom and in any event without any parts or repair facilities available a temporary fix was needed. We happened to have on board a short length of spectra line which is extremely strong and has no stretch. Using that line, I re-rigged the more worn attachment point to the boom and also set up some redundancy in the less worn attachment ...
... mazgajów' - nie tylko wybrał dla nas trudniejszą drogę ale przed wyruszeniem zapowiedział: 'ja jestem tylko przewodnikiem, bezpieczeństwo jest w waszych rękach. Jeśli ktoś wisi na linie i ją puści- nie moja wina'. Wspinaczka nie była łatwa- jedna z pań w naszej grupie zaczęła płakać gdy zobaczyła co nas czeka- ale wszystkim udało się zwiedzić jaskinię bez poważnych ...
... as they deal with oil and gas. We want to go to Canada hill that I think we can probably walk to. This was the site of Malaysia's first oil well, the Grand Old Lady that was drilled in 1910. It's only a couple of kilometres out of the town, so walking will be easy. We will need plenty of water though and also as the site suggests, it it uphill! Since being on Borneo, we cannot find anywhere that sells post cards or tacky ...
We flew to Miri on another 30-min prop plane flight. Seriously, I
love those flights. We found a place to stay, booked a trip to Niah
National Park, and then walked around the city. There was not really a
ton to it, and we ended up going for a swim at the public pool!
Unfortunately, the high-dives were closed (the boards were removed and
there was barbed wire on the ladder) due to people constantly getting
... what they used to be. Maybe it would be better luck at the weekend. But we did end up having a good time that evening and I made some new friends in the process.
The next morning I moved out of Coco House and into Dillenia Guesthouse. There I ran into the boys from the evening before. They were meeting up with another couchsurfer called Jeannette who was taking them for dessert before they were due to leave Miri for Brunei by bus.
I tagged along, meeting Jeannette ...