Amigo Terrace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... and Filipino husband Jim. A very pleasant, relaxing day indeed. My planned morning dive yesterday was in jeopardy, having not slept as much as I should. I was a little late but it was just me and Nick, so made it out to dive Camia II, a purposely sunk, decent size fishing boat. There was plenty of life including trumpet fish, nudibranchs, jacks and angelfish. Then it was time to ...
... doctors and surgeons
give a post-op review about their patients to the head doctor, and oh my I wanted
the ground to swallow me up as soon as the first doctor started talking about
his first patient. I also think either I’m going deaf or Filipinos speak ridiculously
quietly, they kept switching between English and Hiligaynon (their language)
all the time so I didn’t get a huge amount of what they were saying. The first
doctor started going through his list ...
Second week carried on pretty much
the same as 1st week. I went in at 8 every morning to the animal
bites clinic, although in my second week there I was given the majority of the
case load. I was doing around 40-60 injections a day, because it gets so busy
the nurse I was working with sat and did all the paperwork whilst I did all the
injections which meant we got through the case load much quicker. The questions
about home and the amount ...
... had gone out of their way to
prepare it for us. During our house introduction and hospital introduction food was a
massive part, the staff at both have said ‘give up watching your figure girls,
you’re in the Philippines now!’, I mean that’s great and everything but I
wasn’t planning on returning home having gone up about 3 dress sizes! I’ve
learnt to be super careful when crossing the roads as there are clearly ...
... and I groan inside wondering what im in for. We peddle along (it’s a bicycle tricycle - I wish you could see exactly what I was in) through the dark streets and the roads get quiet with less and less traffic. I silently groan again as I prefer accommodation in busy areas where you have a sense of lots of people and more safety. We arrive at the lodge……
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