South Norfolk Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Day five, we headed to church - it was a memorial service for those who died in the second world war - I reflected on two things - firstly, the war was right on their back doorstep, or even in their living rooms, so it's no wonder they spend more time remembering what happened. There is still war damage visible (eg in Trafalgar Square, in Mackenzie St where Wayne and Di live - new houses that were built because the house ...
... of a sense of direction. Saturday, I re-walked a path I knew to the river Alde and listened to the marshes rustle in the wind - they're quite noisy when they get together - and enjoyed some scenes that I guess I've seen in English art and English stories - the English countryside at it's best. I think East Anglia, where I'm staying, has the best weather in English - it's absolutely stunning weather! It's sunny every day with a clear blue sky, with very little wind to ...
Norwich is, if honest, a little isolated. There seems to be no quick way to get to the city either by road or rail and the journey just seems far longer than it really should (some of the scenery en-route is not that inspiring either) however when you do get there what a delightful city it is!
We were met by our good friends Tim, Georgie and Tom at Norwich station at 11.15 (after leaving Derby at 07.53) to go dragon hunting. There are in total 84 GoGoDragons ...
... no numbers, just names, in this street. Some of the names are; Trundler's End, Woodhouse, The White House (yep, it's still white!), Farm View, Mill Barn, and so on. The house name can't be changed - y'wonder what some'o'them wer'thinkin' - but you're stuck with it anyway...
The outgoing carer gave me a great handover - she had the client eating out of her hand because she had 2 great skills - cooking and humour! Oh, I wish I had both ...
... and suddenly very real. I will be spending the first 2 weeks at the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu. I've googled and attached some photos. It's a tertiary level hospital with 575 beds, serving all types of specialities and has a separate maternity unit and birthing centre. It has 38 maternity beds, and 27 nurses to cover 3 shifts - not sure how that one will work when we have 75 midwives for a similar amount! Anyway, apparently only 20% of the nurse/midwives ...