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... after the patient will feel like he has to do more. Very convoluted, I know. I guess the point is that the consultant saves face and I look like the one struggling to decide what to with the patient. And if it means that the patient gets some much-needed attention, I'm willing to do it that way. I'll let you know how it goes!
Until next week...XOXO
PS. The last bit of news is that David is coming to St Lucia! He will be here for my last 2 weeks, and I can't wait!
Here were are, in St. Lucia. We decided on St. Lucia, one day this past winter. We were looking at all of the Caribbean islands, trying to decide what island we wanted to visit. We landed on St. Lucia because it described the best sites, rain forest, beaches, people and most importantly...FOOD! After months of research and planning, we are finally here. But it was a long day. We were up early in morning and caught the ...
... to the large Christian community. Actually, funny story - brendo and i were walking up the stairs on Friday morning to get a lift in with dr ogunlusi fir Brendos last day at the hospital. As we got to the car I noticed his daughter in The back seat looking very fancy. She had a princess dress on with a velvet cardigan and a tiara. I asked why she looked so nice for school that day - her school had a dress as your favourite bible character day... I'm sorry, ...
... Today was gynae clinic with some standard cases - antenatal review of twins, fibroids causing menorrhagia, consent and scheduling of a tubal ligation. It was interesting to see the lack of general knowledge the patients had about obstetric and gynaecological issues. As part of the consent for the tubal ligation, the consultant was warning the patient if her risk if ectopic pregnancy after the procedure - the patient had not heard of ectopic ...
... the afternoon by the pool at the Discovery. We now seem to be the only ones there!
Off to the Pitons. The French name for peaks, two peaks thrown up from when the island was formed by volcano Soufriere stand sentinel to a small town of the same name. Its about an hour from our gaff to Soufriere, the road is incredibly winding as it has to go up and down over some serious hills, but its in great condition. Most of it has been relaid, paid for by the EU. Makes ...
Other places to stay in Castries
Bois d'Orange Gros Isle , Castries | 2 star hotelfrom $45
Flamboyant Road, Reduit Beach Rd, Rodney Bay, Castries | 3 star hotelfrom $92
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- Absolute paradise
- Waterfront relaxation in Harmony suites
PO Box 296, Castries | Hotelfrom $150
Clarke Avenue, Castries | Hotelfrom $38
la toc road, Castries | 1 star hotelfrom $65
P.O.Box 527, Castries | Hotelfrom $50
P.O. Box GM508, Castries | 2 star hotelfrom $95
Vielle Bay, Castries | Hotelfrom $133
Choc Bay-Gros Islet Hwy, Castries | 3 star hotelfrom $190
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