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... rhythm, then into VT with a pulse again, and at some stage went into SVT (supra ventricular tachycardia - unstable electrical activity residing above the ventricle). We stayed in the room for quite a while but nothing was happening so we monitored her outside. Within about 20 minutes we noticed she went into asystole (flat line) so we rushed into the room. I was the first after Atilla to enter the room so I stared the first chest compressions. Was a little exhausting at first ...
... t work. Eventually I think they got the point. In the evening we decided to get a little dolled up and headed out to Negro bar and met up with Campbell and Simon for some dinner and some more drinks. Alice and Freda were game enough to try shots with 80% alcohol. One was Called SOH and the other was called a Bob Marley. Monday was our first day working at the hospital and we were all keen and excited to start. Was an amazing day. Will tell you all about it in the next ...
... not the right station. He helped me scramble back onto the train as the whistle blew and the train started to pull away. I had noticed earlier that it's not uncommon for trains to run with the doors wide open and on this occasion, I was certainly glad of it.
Having earned my train legs, I hopped over the tracks at the real Sibiu towards my hostel for the night. While I was quickly able to locate the rickety ladder allowing me to hop over the tracks, I ...
When we visited the church on the hill we could see a perfect view. To go up the hill, we used the wooden staircase, because at the top there is an old school.
At night, this city is awesome because the streetlights give off a dim light ...
... looks like a giant wheel of cheese) and accompany it with a glass of Polenka. I was so very touched by Bogdan's gesture. This was so very typical of many of the people I met. As with my previous encounters near Sighet, the people would give so generously of their food to a stranger, even when sometimes they had so very little to give. I can only hope that if people come to my home, to my country, I am equally generous.
We left ...