Again, the diesel engine roared loudly, but without any noticeable movement of o…

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Again, the diesel engine roared loudly, but without any noticeable movement of our wooden vessel.

Luckily, there was no reason to worry, because the Sulu Sea this day was as relaxed as we were and a timeless atmosphere surrounded the turqouise waters around us in the tiny bay we shared with other boats.
As the boat just slightly turned without leaving its parked position after numerous attempts, I got curious, stood up and walked to the back.
As I observed the scenery, I immediately understood, that one of our side-bamboo-bars, which traditionally stabilizes the local ships, was hooked into another one and that the overall, desasterous parking situation in the bay only allowed that very careful movement in order to leave without bursting any wood.
The trick to unhook was done by the anchor, which carefully pulled the boat back in various directions after it had throttled forward a little.

Because he seemed to be bored from lifting the anchor only a few centimetres off the seabed so many times, the skippers attendant skillfully sat down on the narrow construction to conveniently complete his task and shortly before he set us free, I took this photo.

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