|Taken by infrared camera|
It was my second visit to the Hradisko Monastery last weekend. The first visit was one week after my arrival in Olomouc (11 months ago). I had an appointment to see a doctor for health check and I was taken to this Monastery... Hradisko Monastery has been served as Military hospital since 1802, according to Wiki. Now it's open to non-soldiers.
While wondering "A Japanese citizen visiting Monastery to see a doctor???", doctor - aged over 80 with complete white hair - appeared and asked questions.
Doctor: How tall are you?
Me: 173 cm
Doctor: Your weight?
Me: 53.5 kg
Doctor: Oh, you are Bantamweight.
He, who appears to belong to WBC Heavyweight class, must be lefty as his slow jab came from his right hand and left upper with a pen...
Doctor: What is your blood type?
Doctor: Do you smoke?
Me: Never in my life.
Doctor: Very well.
He opened a book for color blindness test.
Doctor: Can you see the number?
I answered what was seen.
Doctor: OK, you can drive a car in Czech Republic if you have a driver's license. Have a good day, Bye bye.
He did not examine heart rate, blood pressure, no blood and urine tests, no X-ray, nothing but I was proven healthy... It was a bizarre experience, though the building was awesome.
Since my current apartment is located just across the river, I decided to visit there again. With camera not as a patient.
This is Our World Tuesday, 30 September, 2013 entry.