Remember how I have been having problems with my foot over the course of the last year? Well, it’s not actually that bad, but I don’t want to mess it up and cause any serious damage, which is why I’m always a bit cautious about it.
So when I noticed an unfamiliar sensation that didn’t seem to go away after a little while, I decided to see a doctor about it.
I went to a hospital in Tbilisi, and they gave me an x-ray:
Everyone was very friendly, and they told me that there was indeed a minor problem, but that ten days of rest and a bit of medication should be able to do the trick.
I got some pills to suppress the inflammation, and I also got these band-aids that were apparently from Korea:
I was mezmerized by the band-aids. To think that they had come here all the way from Korea – and that I was going to put them on a foot that had come here…
…all the way from China!
I love that they put Millet’s “the gleaners” on the pack. If only this band aid had existed back then!
By the looks of your first picture, your Georgian doctor specializes in x-raying people throwing up gang signs 😉
It’s a capsicum pain patch. Korea specializes in them
So, Chris, how’s your foot now?