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... the wards taking photos whilst we were in with the doctor). The hospital was a dilapidated 3 storey building manned by 3 nurses and a doctor. There was no triage, you simply needed to push your way to the 'Trauma & Emergency' room which was a 3mx3m cubicle covered by a small green curtain. After about 20 mins of waiting, we saw the Doctor for what was less than 2 minutes, he gave Jason a new set of antibiotics and ...
... useful. I also, on more than one occasion, was offered a hair braiding, which obviously did a lot for my sense of masculinity and after many hours of crying may have finally persuaded me to cut my hair upon arrival back in the UK.
7) Indian TV:
I have to blog about this for ages, as I am thoroughly sick of it. Firstly, the notion of a watershed doesn't exist in India. So sometimes, we would come home from a day teaching at Kings at about half 3, and be treated ...
... Goa. I knew we were going to India, and I have been around Indians all my life, but this was a WHOLE different story. There was absolutely NOTHING that that could have prepared me for the amount of garbage, dirt, noise, crowd, **** and disgusting sites that I was about to see, and I wish I were exaggerating right now.
Let's start with the road, with shops on either side, there is one road, one road for the pedestrians, cars, buses, scooters, ...
... not in the mood to experience.
Shannon ended up driving her scooter into a rice paddy which now that I think about it, is rather funny because she did not get hurt. But honestly, who can say that they drove their scooter into a rice paddy in India? Shannon can. I loved riding the scooters! Growing up riding on the back of my dads motorcycle prepared me for how to drive the scooter. I was overwhelmed with a sense of ...
... always wet around the outside from urine or water or both, who knows really and that hasn’t been cleaned for long enough that it’s markedly noticeable. In addition, there may or may not be a washing sink, and there definitely won’t be soap. Or toilet paper, though that comes with the bathroom etiquette used here. Now, I don’t mind spending a few pennies on a toilet when in desperate need but really, I ...