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... weighed down by the day's 'pacing myself'.
'I just want to say...turn the music down, turn the music down...I just want to say...I've had a...the volume's that one, no, the dial not the switch...yeah so, I've had a...turn that stupid music down, the dial!'
This ruined my flow slightly but I managed a half speech, unsatisfactory though it was and I was dying to make my point about how much the country meant to me.
I glanced down at ...
... location of the tumor we needed to make sure we have a back up ventilator available in case there are any issues with the case. There is none. Case cancelled. Three days in a row.
Next case – a straight forward neck fracture. Patient is partially paralyzed as a result. Case delayed. There is no oxygen available. Unlike other modern hospitals that have oxygen piped in to every possible patient bed, especially into the OR, no such system ...
... The main city was a minibus ride away, for about thirty minutes through Addis packed streets and Yeshi’s guesthouse will soon be connected by an overhead monorail (such is the speed of development in this country). The suburb where the guest house is located is safe, secure and incredibly quiet. A bakery, two local cafes and an expensive Lebanese restaurant is all it contains as it neighbours the embassy area and the airport is only 3 Kms ...
... video's of them when they were younger. I expect more laughter and tears (this is an emotional trip).
The 4 of us managed to take a walk in the neighborhood around the hotel. The driver yesterday had taken a different route and I saw some shops within easy walking distance. Not until we got there did we realize that we were in "Little Mogadishu", an area where many Somali refuges have settled. The narrow crowded streets and looks 2 white people and ...
... and nights are cold.
We were picked up and driven to the Jupiter International Hotel where we were met by Dale Morris, our lead photographer. We realised how lucky we were that immigration and customs were hassle-free, in fact it was uneventful. Dale had his entire camera gear confiscated and was setting off this morning to retrieve it and he wasn't quite sure what that was going to involve. (He did get it back through the offices of the Ministry ...