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Thursday, 21 July 2011

This sedative is a derivative of morphine, it should make you feel amazing (Yuss!)... And these 2 should send you straight to sleep (Nooo waiit- zZ zZ..).

It's 5am an I'm lying in my hospital bed typing with one hand and listening to the yelling from the nearby mosque; I think it's a call to prayer or something. Typing with one hand truely is a trek, drips are lame.

So I got some sort of food poisining or something from the water at these waterfalls we went to last weekend. It was still a class day jumping from the little jump. Tried 2 front flips, one too much rotation and face/chest landed it, the second one was just too slow and sorta assed the landing. This is clearly the slow one.

It was gas walking across the top of the waterfall, we all had to hold hands as we walked across since it was very slippy in places and impossible to tell how deep it was most of the time. We looked so bent. Especially since the locals walked across on their own.

If I were a girl and I wore dresses, I'd definitely wear no underwear underneath. Just wearing a blue backless hospital gown thing and the freedom just feels unbelievable!

I didn't get sent home today which sucks a bit but I guess it is rather nice here even if it is really boring. I've been borrowing Lance Armstrongs heart it seems, my resting heart-rate has been down around 40-50bpm. I doubt any of the sedatives have anything to do with it... I had a camera go down into mah bellayy today, apparantly its all inflamed and shit. Presumably from all the getting sick I was doing while waiting to be seen in the hospital. It was gas though talking to the doctors there. They were great craic altogether, one was going on about his love for karaoke and was asking me basically for ways to download youtuube videos. He then went on to ask was Ireland in asia. lul. The other doc was asking me about guiness and why don't I drink it. Then he sprayed my mouth to numb it, I nearly inhaled the spray though (well I did a little) but it mainly just numbed my mouth and throat. Then came the blessed morphine-related injection that I never got to experience thanks to the next 2 injections of sleeping sauce. Next memory was waking up, very weird experience; I'd never been put under before.

So this leaves me now sitting in my hospital bed at 10pm, the others were let out earlier. I'm still in because of my stomach. Should be out tomorrow morning. I was waiting for the internet dongle which just arrived so I'll slap this bad boy online now. Peace.

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