So much division and polarisation. So much rage. Arguments going in so many directions. Many points of view. In fact you could think about humanity as a community of points of view – made up of 7 billion + points of view. That is who we are. No wonder, we find it difficult to agree. […]
I have had a most unfortunate experience. I had an accident in rural Vietnam in a national park whilst riding a mountain bike in July and fractured my tibia (leg), knee, and arm (dislocated). Nasty.
I spent nearly a month in a hospital in Nha Trang after double-surgery.
After a mammoth (3 flights) and unenviable trip back to Australia in pain, I have been staying with my parents. I had various scans and tests done here in Australia, and had a further surgery (over 3-hours) on my knee and tibia to reconstruct my knee and create a stable structure in my leg. The metal was removed and replaced by more extensive metal rods.
More information to follow soon.
Maybe you can call me a cyborg after this!
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