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... it. We'd booked a private tour to the Lyseford, which features Pulpit Rock -- a large, naturally flat outcrop of rock located 2,000 feet above the deep fjord. We were only in port from 9:00am to 4:00pm, and our tour left at 10:00am. We "backed in" to our berth, and we saw that our tour boat was moored literally next to us, so finding the assembly point would not be a problem.
We disembarked on got in line to check in, but it turned out ...
... of the self-inflating resuscitator (which includes the Laerdal bag).
To foster training in ALS, Laerdal produced an arrhythmia simulator in 1968! This underwent a number of modifications, up to the present Heartsim. Of course, the most advanced mannikin is the renowned Sim-Man. In my opinion, he looks like an adult version of the Resusci-Junior - I wonder if he looks like the present-day Jon Laerdal??
... two piece band at the pub. Suddenly three Norwegian guys were talking to us all quite drunk, all quite hilarious. They were trying to convince us that Norwegian people don't use google as it didn't exist apparently. If they need to know something they have to order a lexicon from Witzekon Switzerland and wait two weeks to get it. It was so funny. They were on their way to Amsterdam, how did I see that one coming? They moved onto the night club after saying goodbye and running ...
... in the 1960s. Although the history is brief, the Norsk Oljemuseum (Petroleum Museum) is a LP recommended stop, so we made it our first this morning, after walking the fifteen minutes or so to the harbor. This place was filled with interesting exhibitions, including scale models of various offshore oil platforms, geological displays, and some fascinating history about the development of the industry in Stavanger. I particularly enjoyed a couple of ...
... Norwegian engineering, one of the steepest regular friction railways plunging from 860 metres to sea level, built in the ...