Day 8 at Yas Island: C.C.C.


When I went to work this morning, I forgot my cellphone in the hotel. During the day, it felt like I was missing something in my body. Like I lost a body part. That’s how cellphones are valued nowadays.

Ten years ago, I did not even have one. But I carried on with my life, and I was never missing anything. Technology evolved and mobiles have become a necessity in one’s life now.



I’m sorry I can’t talk about my work here as a paramedic for Formula 1, for confidentiality reasons. I can only talk about the other things I do here in the island.



After the day shift, my friends and I hurried back to the hotel to change our scrubs and have a quick dinner. We walked again towards the Concert Arena. Linkin Park was performing!

Again, I am not a Linkin Park fan, but I enjoyed the atmosphere, with people dancing, singing, and drinking beer 🙂 I did not drink though coz I am still working tomorrow.

Two concert nights so far, and another concert again tomorrow, with Prince performing on stage. And I get to enter through the concert gates for free – just by showing my badge. What a life!


5 Responses to “Day 8 at Yas Island: C.C.C.”

  1. June 20, 2011 at 4:13 pm

    Whenever I forget my cellphone, I always go paranoid that I lost it, until I remember that I left it at home. Nakakatawa na nga minsan eh, parang di pwedeng wala sa pockets mo. About Linkin Park, I remember all their songs before, and I am a big fan!

    I really admire how you keep everything confidential. I always hear nurses in the bus talking about patients, their conditions in their names! They even say things like, “yung nasa fifth floor sa dulo,”. Para bang nakalimutan na nila yung ethics sa work, and they disregard the patient’s rights.


    • 2 nelson RN
      June 20, 2011 at 6:25 pm

      Patient confidentiality is a big issue especially when go abroad. Sa pinas kasi parang hindi masyado kinokonsider un. Dito malaking bagay un. Kaya I’m trying to be careful with what i write here on my blog, especially those related to patients.


  2. June 21, 2011 at 4:57 pm

    you’re definitely right about being confidential Nelson, even if we blog about everything, merong mga bagay na di dapat nating sabihin sa iba. kahit sa personal life or sa work natin 🙂


  3. 4 kat
    June 26, 2011 at 7:27 pm

    ah! cellphone…..when I still had a good vision..I can’t go out without a cellphone…but when my vision has been changed and i have to wear eyeglasses, i don’t like cellphone anymore for i can’t read messages if i don’t wear my eyeglasses, and i hate wearing eyeglasses…waaaaaaaaa…Lam mo namn dito, mas prefer ang text kaysa call dahil peso lang ang text hehe


  4. June 27, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    uu nga ngayon parang di na tayo nabubuhay pag walang cellphone, computer at internet waaaaah!


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