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Travel Blogs from Tobago
... of the discovery that roaming charges had been turned on for 8 weeks after all, and your phone bill now exceeds your entire student loan
- Demonstrate ability to have your supervising consultant physically celebrate the fact that you will not be coming in as regularly after getting signed off
- Demonstrate ability to grow an elective beard that makes you look like a cross between Gandalf and a convicted sex offender
... something more boring than eight weeks of CIDR
- Demonstrate understanding of the fact that you're eventually going to have to write some kind of report on this elective and that perhaps you should maybe actually do something
- Demonstrate understanding of the feeling of terror that accompanies being asked to do a procedure for the first time in 6 weeks of elective
... no matter how fabulous I may be.
Instead of detailing what I have got up to in the past two weeks (as this would be about as interesting as the content of the elective monitoring inbox), I have decided to take inspiration from the 'Quality Improvement' section of the elective report, which is new for this year. Therefore, here are a few quality improvement suggestions I have for Tobago, broken up into 'Less' and 'More'.
... into the water and begin the dive. This was not as straightforward as it first seemed: indeed despite hauling our heavy tanks and attempting to resemble the purposeful iconic astronaut walk-to-the-rocket scene from 'Armageddon', we instead looked like we were simply extremely overprepared for swimming.
It appears that my fears about the marine wildlife were misplaced, after all. Rather than a demonic scene from Jaws or Deep Blue Sea, the reef in which we swam was more like ...
Apologies for the somewhat erratic nature of this entry: coca cola is cheaper than water here, so naturally all water in my body has been replaced by pure glucose. Last night I entered what I call 'hummingbird phase', in which I flitted about the apartment, making wild jerking movements. Noticing a new mosquito bite, I quickly embarked on a quest to personally assassinate every insect in the building. It was brutal, resembling a kind of insect version ...