Karibea Camelia Residence
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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Thursday I was in the hospital in the morning. I have found it really interesting working on the Paediatric ward. The most common conditions are asthma, pneumonia and conditions related to Sickle Cell Anaemia. I haven't seen much sickle cell in the UK and so I have learnt a lot about it while being here. I got signed off which is great because it means that I can use my final week to do a few more day trips and can spend ...
... do. Get to the gate and I get *****ed at for using KCM saying I could get fired or go to jail for it. She asked how my boyfriend got through security so I told her. She looked at me like I was a horrible person. A red coat came over randomly and she told him everything. He was more understanding and kindly explained to me the high security at the airport and made me go back through security and then let us on ...
... to take a boat down through the island to the next anchorage. Much to my relief the boat was still there, although a little difficult to discern. Stripping down on the beach, I got strange looks from the security guard as my back went waterproof and I went for a swim to the boat. Max met me half way with the dingy and kindly took my belongings, however I wanted some exercise and so declined a life back to the boat.
On Thursday ...
... which didn't take long) I could really appreciate the laid back, care free lifestyle the island had to offer. A typical remote island way of life, no rush, hurry or fuss to do anything, but the people would still go out of their way to help with anything they could. Of everywhere I have visited so far, here the people were the most unique. Without delving into politically incorrect territory, I will just say everyone seemed to be related in some way or another.
... so many great stories already. Mostly drink related, and from New Year's Eve. Tip to all travelling Scotsmen (as if you didn't need telling already): Wear a kilt; wear a kilt and everyone is your friend. Next New Year I'll be in South Africa, and it'll be on show there again.
All I really want to say at the moment, seeing as I'm still getting used to this blog writing malarkey, is this:
Having only just started my adventure I've already experienced ...