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I had attended the ICM Congress in Durban, South Africa in 2011 and had found it to be an amazingly moving and almost spiritual experience. It had affirmed my belief, not only in the power of women, but also in the value of midwives and the difference that excellent midwifery care can and should make to women worldwide. I had determined on my return that I would, wherever possible, attend future congresses. In 2011 ...
Rather short entry today, mostly because of Europe's largest 5 story nightclub. After arriving in the early evening, we shook of the somber experience of Auschwitz with a nighttime walking tour of this gothic inspired town as well as a tour of the restaurant and pub club scene of Prague. The food was fantastic, the alcohol cold and cheap. Needless to say I arrived back at the hotel at 430 am, that hindered the next days walking ...
... font-family: clearsans, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 15.2380952835083px;">We boarded our Emirates A380 and found we had been given new seats, all four of us had * seats with extra leg room. It was an excellent flight, very comfortable, heaps of leg room and as usual on Emirates, the food was great. A couple of hours stopover in Dubai and then it was off to Prague, where we landed just after ...
... more fortuitous is that I have a good friend in Prague, Tomas, so I didn’t even have to worry about a hotel. Hotel Pecha (that’s Tom’s last name) was really five-star quality, with a full breakfast service every morning and Becherovka (a traditional Czech liqueur) aperitif in the evenings. The first day of the conference I attended the Opening Ceremony where they gave us sparkling wine at 10:00am and we listed to a series of ...
... to the Polish Slovakian boarder line at the summit. During the winter it turns into a ski resort. The views were incredible but it was cold. The village itself was great, the houses were all wooden or stone lodges. We went out that night to watch local Polish band play, I tried the highlander tea which was just a cup of vodka with a tea bag in it. It was served on fire. The vodka in Poland was actually really nice. The ext day we headed off to Hungary, stopping in Slovakia on ...