Apparently the radioactive substance gathers in areas of inflammation or disease. It takes about 4 hours for the stuff to travel around the body. We decided to walk around the grounds a bit and I had a grande chai tea - I was supposed to drink lots to flush it out of my system.
At noon, we went for lunch at Ginger and Chili. The place was packed with neighbourhood people and a group of soldiers. While my lunch of Singapore noodles was good, Big J's Chicken and Cashews was not. In fact, you could've called it Chicken Fat and Cashews.
After lunch, I went back to get the scan. They took images of the feet from every angle - the scanner is like a big split-open donut on an extendable arm and the camera revolves around you. To stop you from inadvertently moving, they velcro and pad the part to be scanned.
They did two scans. The first one took about half an hour, and the camera stopped every few inches - there were 30 different images from all angles. Then they did another scan with the camera spinning quite quickly without stopping.
No images available yet and I've been advised not to cross the border for 2 weeks due to being radioactive.