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It´s friday and I´m sorting the week out in my head.

Monday - wednesday I was in Stockholm visiting my sister and a lot of old friends.

And now I´m back in Berlin, working.

I´ve started to tell my co workers as well as my two bosses that I´m going away in august or september for at least 6 weeks. Everybody´s really relaxed about it, which makes me relaxed as well.

But I must confess that I had a chock on wednesday afternoon when I realized exactly how expencive the vaccination will be... I went to Tropeninstitut (that´s where you get your shots in Berlin) with Sara. We talked to a really nice and professional doctor (Why am I always surprised when the doctors turns out to be nice?). She suggested that I should be vaccinated against Hepatitis A and B, Rabies and Yellow fever. I accepted. And now I have to pay about 410 Euros for 7 shots.
When I told my boss he said that I could as well have gone to the HIV-center where you apparently can get vaccinated against Hepatitis for free if you tell them that you belong to a risk group. Ah, well...

The trip is becoming more and more real now. I´m happy about it, finally.

Posted by mattematte 07:18

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