Travel Blogs from Brena Baja
This is it. I'm sitting in my residencia now on the final night of my time here in Tenerife. I cannot believe I've been here for five weeks and that I won't be going to the hospital on Monday...it feels like I've started a new life here and now I'm throwing away something I got so used to! Either way, I'm excited for what the rest of my summer, year and life hold, so though I'm sad to leave, I'm also happy to go.
These last two days have been absolutely amazing! It was ...
... awake. It seemed that some of the other residents were having similar problems.
After the session was over, we ran down to the other hospital with three residents to see a very quick presentation all residents were required to attend. We only caught the last five or ten minutes of it, and again I was so tired that I didn't make much of an effort to understand anything. After our residents signed their attendance sheet, we ran back up to el ...
... had severe renal failure. To further complicate her story, she's morbidly obese with type 2 diabetes and major depression. She was admitted to the internal medicine inpatient unit. Working with her has been tough for Paco, since she can barely communicate orally. She's Spanish, and she doesn't have a degenerative disease or anything like that, but whenever Paco tried to ask her questions, she would either stare at him in a confused, worried daze or mutter ...
... no energy left and the air was thin. I was so close, but the road ramped up again steeper than ever before for the last couple of hundred feet. I needed several breaks just to catch my breath in this last short leg of my epic journey. When I came round the last corner and saw Los Muchachos standing in front of me, I stood up out of the saddle and powered my way up the last few feet. And there I was. At the end of a 1324km journey. Done. And that was it. It was ...
... line bus to Santa Cruz de la Palma. The main commercial area has been pedestrianized so it was very pleasant roaming around the numerous tourist shops selling volcanic inspired jewellery or gorgeous silk handbags. The architecture in the shopping avenue and along the marina was very pretty with all the traditional wooden balconies painted in warm Mediterranean colours and baskets of flowers. I must warn you though when walking along Avenida Martima to watch out for the ...
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool