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... from the hospital.
Started the afternoon on Vigie beach which is just a short walk down from our apartment, but tide was in and waves strong. After we lost a towel to the sea we decided to head to another beach. As we were walking to the bus a taxi stopped and we negotiated a price of 5EC (£1.25) to get to Choc beach, a beautiful beach on the way to Rodney Bay. We wandered down to ...
... really interesting. We heard about a case where a newborn baby passed away because the family couldn't afford surfactant (a drug used to help breathing in newborns). It really brought home how different the healthcare can be over here.
Once Jess and I were finished we headed back home to pick up the other girls. We had some lunch and caught the bus to Rodney Bay. This time we found a boat to take us over to Pigeon island, a small island just off Rodney Bay which has a ...
... shop we saw dozens of huge mahogany logs and trees lying on their sides, obviously waiting for Vincent to decide what to make from them. The shop is the size of an airplane hangar and full of machines, tools, unfinished projects, junk and many beautiful pieces of finished projects ranging from magnets ($15) to tables ($4,200). We purchased a beautiful cheese board – it was all we can fit in the suitcase! He doesn’t distribute ...
Dropped anchor round about 7am, being disembarked by tender whilst construction work is underway to build a new quay for cruise ships to be able to dock at in future. After breakfast headed to the Cinnamon restaurant where tender tickets were being given out. Surprisingly, we were on our way within about 10 minutes probably because the ship was using shore based tender vessels as well as the ship based ...
... surgery day on Thursday. We had three surgeries on Thursday, all to do with fibroid removal (non med - fibroids are benign, painless, non cancerous growths on the uterus that can cause heavy periods and can start compressing on things within the abdomen when they grow too large). Two of the women had the largest fibroids I have seen. One had the abdomen size equivalent to a 26 week pregnant lady, the other a 22 week pregnancy. The one with the larger fibroids didn't want her ...