Ribamar Camping y Bungalows

Partida Ribamar S/N, Alcoceber, Valencian Country, 12579, Spain and Canary Islands | Campground
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This campground is located on Partida Ribamar S/N, Alcoceber.
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    Travel Blogs from Alcoceber

    My last two days in Tenerife

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

    ... be best to sleep in, enjoy my final day on the island, and take a much deserved trip to Las Terecitas! I woke up to eat breakfast, took a quick shower, threw on my beach clothes and ran down to the tram. Along the way, I picked up a few friends from the hospitals, and we decided it'd be cool to get some lunch before hitting the beach. Of all things we could find in Santa Cruz, we decided Subway was the best option, so I did in fact have a foot long Ham/Turkey Sub on Honey Oat bread ...

    Gynecology

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

    ... baby and giving her permission to discharge. It was actually very heartwarming to see such a happy couple receive good news from Laura; dire situations like this one--where an extremely premature pregnancy is forced to happen--don't always end well, but it looks like this one did!

    The rest of the patients were either hypertensive, recovering from labor or experiencing abnormal pains associated with pregnancy/post-pregnancy. I got to see A LOT of very ...

    End of week 4

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 14, 2014

    ... water while enjoying the relaxation of the Atlantic ocean. It was a great day to spend with the crew, and I'm glad I got to go to that beach if for the last time I have the opportunity to.

    Today we went on the second of our final excursions while on the internship. We visited a "volcanic tube" (as the Spanish call it) named la cueva del viento (the cave of wind). Basically when lava flows out of a volcano, it may form a huge tube that can span for hundreds ...

    A trail run for renewed real travelling

    A travel blog entry by womblepeter on Jun 13, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... one area we were told the huge Russian development had only sold 10% of the units and let a further10% having 80% just standing idle. Several other sites had been built to varying levels and clearly stopped when the cash ran out leaving broken hearts and loosing thousands of euros for the unlucky investors. Such is the story of an economy reliant on tourism.

    There was one small coastal town which felt good even though it held quite a few ...

    Week3---WEEKEND---week4

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

    This weekend we had the Session A people show up. They're fellows who decided to only take two weeks out of their summer for the internship, so they'll be leaving with all of us next weekend. About eight new students arrived, and they're all pretty cool! It was nice to spend one of our best weekends of the trip with them and see some new parts of the island.

    On Saturday we all got in our big coach bus and traveled down to the south for the beach. The beach was called ...