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... over the world. Its in the sense of purpose and meaning I get even after a long hot day at work. It's sharing this amazing experience with so many wonderful people. In the excitement of new discoveries or seeing treatments for the new medical conditions I have never heard of before - believe me there have been some surprises. It is the feeling of love and support I get whenever I call home. It is watching the ships sail into the port or watching the sun set ...
... pulling two children around the the deck in a cart. Their cute little faces have recently been transformed, with steri strips the only indication they ever had a clef lip. Eventually they, as much as I, are ready for bed. The next few days are filled with busy work. Tackling new challenges, complex wound assessments, quick shifts, irritable teenagers and unwell children. It is a roller coaster of emotion and confidence. In one shift I can can be satisfied with ...
... as I read all the kind messages and wonderful words of encouragement. It makes me miss the familiar things of home and my family. I don't say these things for the sympathy or pity but rather because I find it therapeutic and at the end of the day anyone reading this will know that is experience is not all Florence Nightingale type self sacrifice and Hollywood styled theatrics. To balance out the hard days there are also moments of pure joy, love and satisfaction. On ...
... on the beach at a hotel/brasserie.
8th March Went into Pointe Noire centre, where a parade was on for International Women's Day. A band on at the campsite in the evening. Yet another thunderstorm with heavy rain. Camped.
9th March 46 today! Some French ex-pat kids turned up for rugby practice on the beach. The bar showed the Toulon rugby union game (the owner of the brassiere used to play for them), then the Ireland vs France match. I received ...
... to be a struggle, so thanks to a French speaking fellow traveller, we got a ride with the locals on the back of a truck. It was cool, Karen even got to talk to some locals who turned out to also be teachers. We were all on a high, but things were about to get worse. As we returned to our bush camp, we were informed that drugged locals visited the camp and threatened those who stayed behind at the bush camp. We weren't to know something like this was going to happen, neither did ...
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