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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 ...
... through a soupy fog. Each and every relative in Slovakia had told us not to go to Romania. Translation for 'thieves', 'poverty', 'danger' and 'crime' were the new Slovak words I picked up during our stay.
The first thing that almost knocked me off my seat on the train was one of those old nuclear reactors, the ones that have a wide circumference at the top and bottom and are narrow in the middle. The kind we've all seen photographs of, but for most ...
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 ...
... to Targu Mures. We walked around the pretty square, enjoyed some shawarma, and had a couple cocktails at a swanky underground bar. Another thing to mention is that all day during the train ride, we kept passing beautiful fields of sunflowers. It really made the train ride ...
... come in, looks like we may have too many for the seats, but it sorts out. Dianne has the window, Murray the aisle, but the man in the middle offers to swap Murray.
The train takes through pleasant rural scenery, with small villages, a valley with a string of wetlands, some quite large, and interconnected by narrow watercourses. Some seem to have a farm closely connected to the waterholes, maybe fishing lodges or fish farms. There are a lot of birds ...