breakfast 77 g carbs : Baltic style , plain jogurt , sprinkle of cinnamon, diet sugar, flax, glass of 1 % milk , 1/2 apple , steel cut oats , prepared with 1/2 H2O and 1/2  milk , diet sugar, flax , cup of regular coffee .

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Tapas prepared by the Reunion Hostess/friend ..to add to this pix a dish of small meatballs ...I believe I bolussed the more or less correct amount ...I did not choose the quiche , neither the dessert, which arrived later ,yet had plenty of protein , carbs in the bean salad , some of the crackers and very grateful I wear a pump and the GCMS .
The hostess had supplied " diet " dark chocolates , for which I bolussed over 1 1/2 hour ...also with this meal I cannot remember the amount of carbs I ate ...too busy to keep good records this trip , forgive :-)

Amazingly good meal in the plane( Delta Air ) returning from the Netherlands , May 3 . Since I am pumping I have not ordered a specific diabetic meal , when flying . Never was too impressed , how the airline came about choosing food items for a diabetic meal in the first place .
I did not eat the the roll /butter ; chicken with tomato sauce , spinach and spuds , salad with feta cheese tasty ...stashed the cookie package for an " emergency " ...carbs ??? Finger poking paid off ...I was much more at the effect of jet lag and lack of sleep prior , than estimating my bolusses.
And ultimately was plagued by a cough ....is this, what flying does to you too ??

Dinner at Quaaout Lodge on First Nation land , Dec. 24 : starter Caesar ( sp?) Salad without croutons , trout fried in butter , vegies ( red pepper, cauliflower, carrot ) and couscous , libation :  Merlot and H2O and a small piece of bannock bread  . I estimated 45 grams and had a low , which was very manageable .The rest of the stay required constant monitoring due to highs ...I had changed my basal rates ( less insulin , as it was not as cold as previously ) ...I went wrong somewhere !!??

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