Boracay Beach & Yatch Club
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On Tuesday, I needed a break from the sun. After a bit of lazing about, I strolled down to get a midday massage, followed by a huge fish dish for two, to myself. Later, I went for a dive at Crocodile Island, with Danish Nick from Watercolours. A couple of early evening beers on the beach, dinner at The Treehouse (literally), and propping up the bar at Red Pirates with French Julian, ...
complications which had lead him to be bed ridden for some time, his case wasn’t
to do with his amputation, it was to do with the grade 4 pressure ulcer to his
sacrum that had extended half way up his back and was that deep it wasn’t far
off his spine. Now in England pressure ulcers are a biiiig no no, we do
everything we can to prevent them and it has become one of the most costly causes
for the NHS. Pressure ulcers are totally preventable, yes ...
... up at 5:30am to watch the sunrise on the beach, I’ve
never seen anything like it, we were all tired and sat in a row quietly and it
came up within minutes, all the colours were so pretty reflecting on the sea. I
got in a last couple of hours sunbathing and reading my book, packed my bag and
got back on the boat ready to leave.
Going there and seeing how amazing
it was and how the local people live and spend their days was one of the ...
... were applauded and thanked for choosing to work
at the hospital, it was lovely and so welcoming but so nerve wracking at the
same time, I didn’t quite understand what was going on but I embraced it and
went along with it. A very surreal experience and something I won’t forget! I
mean we don’t get applauded and thanked for working in the English hospitals so
it was definitely something different.
There is lots to be said about ...
... where the air asia plane recently overran the run way...) I have never seen such a line at an airport. I feel calm (yes I know that's unusual and I blame it on the good vibe I got from my first glimpses of the country :) ) and get out a book to read while I wait. As I hoped, immigration were so busy with the mass of passengers they didn’t look at any of my papers, simply stamped and shuffled me through. The reason I was relieved was I had booked my outbound flight for ...