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... seen. We had an awesome view of Santa Cruz from the balconies to our side, and the chairs we sat in were so comfy they felt like sofas. Our coordinators treated us tonight to some fresh wine and Sangrķa, and we got constant refills on bread--which I always love. Dinner was different for everyone, because we actually got to order our own food tonight (a rare occasion here). I had a salad for my first course (it was really more like cole slaw, but they call it "ensalada cubana") ...
... the entire conversation was in English, and she asked Laura for permission to leave that day. It was her birthday, and her husband had been sleeping in the hospital since the day she arrived (about two weeks--talk about a devoted husband), so she wanted to be able to experience the island and celebrate her day with him. Laura told her that since she had progressed so well, it would be fine for her to leave, and the woman was more than grateful to her for ...
... s treatment becomes multidisciplinary and multifaceted. I have a feeling that when I'm a doctor, patient's like this one are going to be the ones I like working with most.
After my work with the psychiatrist, I got to follow one of Paco's residents around, Magdalena. She was pretty cool too! She's from Slovakia, so she speaks not only Spanish, but Czech, Slovakian and English. We visited a patient that I had seen previously--a Scottish woman with cognitive ...
... village with an ice cream shop, cheese store and park to chill in. We had an awesome time, and I took way more pictures than I needed to. Although the views from the mountain were breathtaking and the village was sick, I think the highlight of the day was lunch. The coordinators anticipated more of us coming on the hike (there are about 40 in our group now, and only about 14 people showed up), so they ordered more food than necessary. We started with a lot of bread, then ...
... disconcerted throughout the entire consult, but I never saw a woman look more worried than when she heard Paco say, "This is an English woman with dementia." Her face contorted, she made a little noise, and Paco asked her if she was okay. After a quick pause, and a glance at me and the other residents in the room, she said very proudly and in an offended tone, "I'm Scottish!" I laughed for five minutes straight, and my day was made.
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