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... it was time for home. We arrived home at about 4pm Saturday, ready for a week of uni/exams before placement the next week.
Sunday I got the flu. YAY. Although I can't be too upset it is the only time I have been sick this trip so far so I should be grateful, but still it sucks!
Anyway holidays over!! Stay tuned for placement blogs covering my time in surgery.
PLEASE NOTE: They could be graphic in nature.
... currently doing my weeks community placement in Viborg, and all the nurses ride bikes (some are battery powered) but rain, hail, snow or shine they will ride or walk to the patients houses around town! There is only ONE car amongst a team of maybe 15 or more and that is only used to visit a patient in an emergency maybe half an hour drive away. And yet despite that they are a LOT more physically active then the majority of Australians they still have ...
... the car. Back at the car, we had an unwelcome surprise: a parking fine. We always look carefully whether we need to pay for parking, but didn't see anything on arrival at the car park. However, as the unsympathetic traffic cop pointed out, there was indeed a sign at the entrance indicating that we needed to pay for parking. When we told him that it was in Danish and that we didn't understand, he pointed out that there was an English translation, even though he admitted that ...
... I'm going to miss both my family and friends. I really enjoyed the last dip in the lake with some of my friends.
Also, thanks to Jens for some awesome oreo-milkshakes
- I'm going to keep the pictures on my camera for when i get homesick ^_^
That was some text - Now let's see what all these buttons do.
Also: TravelPod claims that Silkeborg is a city in "Midtjyllen" not "Midtjylland" :D
... in the bus to a generous load of German beer, which he hauled to Aarhus for Jordan. Apparently, beer is much cheaper in Germany and there is free trade between the German-Danish boarder for such goods. People from Denmark often travel the 2 hours to Germany with trailers, or the like, to obtain some of Deutschland's most coveted nectar.
Robin fit in quite well immediately with us Canadians. Without a doubt, the free German ...