samedi 31 mars 2012
OCCASIONAL PLEASURES OF INTERNATIONAL MEDICINE
International Medicine has its own rewards most of which are not quantifiable. The satisfaction of helping others and also abiding by the true nature of the human idea of sacrificing for others. and of course, there is a greater chance of meeting people of your own ilk, than in a medical society meeting in the country of your origin.
A friend of mine had given me some beluga caviar from Iran. i had hand carried it to Phnom Penh and it was resting in the freezer section of the refrigerator, as it should.
I suggested to Maurits that we have dinner at Le Rits and that he bring a nice bottle,which he did. a soft cabernet sauvignon. My country, Australia does not excel in too many things but it does in winemaking and oenology..
a very nice khmer french dinner
a bottle of wine from australia
caviar from Iran
and two like minded souls....
are there other things in life, how many are they?, with such sweetness?