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... Carnival. There were a lot of people and a huge truck that plays deafening music and has the rum. As the truck drives, the crowd follows. We stood back from it all and watched as the crowd past. By now it was nearly 6am, so we got back in the van, expecting to go home but Jim said we needed some food so drove us to his parents' house. They were very welcoming of us and made us some cornbeef sandwiches and coffee. We were finally dropped ...
I woke up to Mike banging on my front door, when I looked at the clock and it s 6:10. We were meant to be leaving for the volcano at 6am. I quickly got ready and the taxi turned up at 6:30. Dan and Sarah were also coming with us but they had been sensible enough not to come out last night. I felt so rough as I climbed into the van. It was a two hour ride to the base of the volcano. We stopped once at ...
... actually washed their hands between patients (I had heard on surgery they would change wound dressings without gloves and only washing their hands at the end of rounds). Rounds finished at 10:30 and I was told that I could get off, so I took the chance as I wasn't feeling at my best.
I met Beth and Mike on the way home, which was lucky for them as they Lizzy had the key for their apartment and they hadn't been able to find her. So we went back to my apartment ...
I shouldn't have complained about my sleep in Barbados, as last night was even worse! There was a Soca (local music) festival on last night at the stadium which was so loud I was worried if might wake the volcano on the island. I wish I had gone to it, but the other students I met were exhausted and wanted an earlier night and I wasn't quite brave enough to go too far alone on my first night. So the music kept me awake until the early hours of the morning. The bed is ...
The program for today (which happens to be another glorious day) is almost the same as yesterday's--at sea with lecture in the morning and excursions in the afternoon. Around nine there is a surprise announcement that the crew will lower the Zodiacs so that the passengers can take pictures of the ship under sail. My photos aren't perfect, someone's head is always in the way, but the Zodiac ride, my first ever in warm weather, was great fun. And the crew, at last ...