Big Fat Needles

30 Sep

Well, not really big and fat but still lots of needles. I’m half-way through getting the required vaccinations for my new life in the south-east. Luckily for me, I already got lots and lots of jabs when I spent a few months volunteering in Costa Rica. Unluckily, most of those have expired in the time since so I need to get them again. So far I’ve had two shots against Rabies shots, one for Typhoid and one for Japanese Encephalitis. The Typhoid one was the worst. Had a nice lump on arm for a week. Below, a photo for your viewing pleasure.


Have you had any vaccination experiences recently? Feel free to share in the comments below…


One Response to “Big Fat Needles”

  1. Toon 5 August, 2015 at 12:35 PM #

    some nam na

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