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... mums so I did not really get to.)
Well, the kids pretty much summed up our day. Yanni given up trying to type out her blog so we've reverted to me typing and her dictating.
It was a great day - Kiara had a few close calls flying down the hill. It was too scary for her so she understandably gave it up. Felicia did good - she fell over a lot but did good. The "Pizza", which is where you point the front ...
... am very upset about as it takes you up both Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. The prescription then cost a further $88 CAD! A very expensive ear ache. After collecting and taking the tablets I slept for most of the afternoon whilst Caroline went for an explore of the town. I woke up feeling 10 times better so we decided to go celebrate by having a nice meal at the Spaghetti Factory as suggested by Ian. It was a lovely meal with bread, soup or salad, main, ice cream and coffee coming in at $19 ...
... and bought some cherries, and a variety of nuts. The cherries didn't last more than 20 minutes and the nuts well i thought they might be a good snack whilst on the flight to Ottawa tomorrow.
The family was feeling quite good, so they joined me on the walk back to the hotel. The slightly cooler temperature (not that is was scorching hot, only 25C). We made it back without any problems, then started the packing for our flight tomorrow.
Ottawa, here we ...
... and they had just started boxing it into 3 litre boxes, so we bought the very first one. That should last us for the rest of the trip, that’s for sure.
Then it was off to Whistler. It’s quite the drive in from the Mission area back up into the mountains. We stopped at a few lookouts to take in the magnificent views, and arrived in Whistler in the early afternoon.
... it but by that point I had already canceled the catering so had to phone the caterers... etc" I think that was one of the moments when I realised people outside of the hospital would never really understand what it is we do and the things we deal with.
A bad day at work is..
- -Looking after a palliative (dying) patient for a couple of days who does not have a "Not for resus" order in the chart, despite asking EVERY damn day that the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed