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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... for the ward rounds then went on the post take round with the on call doctor to review the new patients admitted over night. A lot of deaths as many families bring the patients in when it's too late for intervention due to costs of medical care. I'm trying to remember any stand out cases, but a lot of them were men that had been found passed out in the street after having suspected seizures secondary to alcohol. They often just need to be observed overnight ...
... the consequences of them. That was mainly surprising as she had already been consented for the surgery last august, but they had to postpone it due to other health issues. She would have gone into the surgery last year without any clue of the risks or what to watch for... On a better note, they are very good at Pap smear screening her with a lot of women choosing to come every year for a screen. Many take oral contraceptives and are aware of other ...
Got stopped on the way back by Thomas who wanted to know if we wanted any Golden Apples. We had bought some from him at the beginning and really didn't like them, so we said no. He then tried to sell us a couple of grasshoppers made from palm leaves. Very clever, but we already had one. So then he just asked for money. I gave him a couple of dollars and he said he wanted more! Bloody beggars are haggling now!
That evening we decided to go to the Friday Fry ...
... is alright going down stairs, but refuses to come up them. So he runs around the back of the house and jumps across a water gutter onto the back stairs and in through the back door. Unfortunately, I had forgotten to open the back door and we didn't know where he was until we saw his forlorn face looking though Sarah and Pablo’s bedroom window!
Headed off to the beach at Ti Kaye village. All the beaches are public in ...
... to reel us in that morning.
We went upstairs to that restaurant because we heard and saw a man on the upper level of the duty-free shops shouting and ringing a bell to get people's attention and get them to come upstairs.
After having our beer I went back to him and struck up a conversation. I found out he was Rob Skeete, the owner of the restaurant. I asked if any of the stores sold dominoes. He said no; however, he offered to ...