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Marty - Unwinding with the St Lucian crew was great, now it time to do absolutely nothing. The Islands, Trinidad and Tobago were every different to anything we'd been before, for a start the island was 50% Indian, the ones from India, not the Americas. Whether its true or not, I'm not sure, but we were told that after the slaves got their freedom …
... her puppy down the stairs. I suspect that these employees would rather spend the day sitting on a spike, covered from head to toe in wasps than informing us if they do indeed sell (delicious) Catch Bars. Come back, Basement Bouncers: all is forgiven.
2) Alcohol other than Rum
Please don't get me wrong: there are few drinks that are more enjoyable on a warm summer evening than a cool rum cocktail. However, ...
... may have provided sweet release from the deathly dull information being force-fed to us about the many ferns of Tobago. One of the first things I noticed was a lonely worker ant, cut off from its colony, hurling itself into a puddle, drowning itself. I sympathised.
Despite reading much about Tobago animals, (wild boars, ocelots and even anteaters are said to roam ...
... 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'.
... ability to get sunburned despite applying 17 layers of factor 50+
- Demonstrate ability to reply to the Medical School with a friendly message to maintain the illusion that they care about your travels and that you care about their attendance rules
- Demonstrate knowledge and understanding that students in other medical schools exist during your elective and that no matter where they are from, they are obviously inferior, despite knowing a lot more medicine