Puerto Mar Apartments

Puerto de la Cruz 38400, Puerto Rico, Grand Canary, Canary Islands, Spain and Canary Islands | Condo
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Location

This condo, located on Puerto de la Cruz 38400, Puerto Rico, is near Loro Parque, La Orotava, Orotava Valley, and Parque Taoro.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Rico

My last two days in Tenerife

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

... with my friends on the beach for the last time, have a few well deserved drinks, talk with Avi (from UIowa) about MCAT and premed course work, walk on the most jagged rocks I think I've ever been on, get sunburned on my legs (AGAIN), take some embarrassingly ridiculous selfies, interrupt a game of rugby between Spaniards, and get lost in the beauty of my favorite place in the north of Tenerife. I didn't want to leave the beach, but I really needed to get back home to put on ...

Gynecology

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

... unit. Unfortunately, today was a very quiet day and they only had two patients on the unit. Mary Hunter and I stood around for awhile and didn't get to see anything too exciting, so after about a half hour, one of the residents took us down to la planta where other patients were staying.

In la planta, we saw mostly women who had either recently completed labor, were experiencing premature contractions or who had super high hypertension/large ...

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

... papers is one of chance as the local hotels often sell out to their own early riser customers.
Having feed our minds and bodies it was time to explore before the heat of the day hit the low 30' degree. Hopping onto a local bus we headed north for about an hour; the coastline is fascinating following the ups and downs of the steep foothills, crossing huge deep dry gullies carved over centuries by torrential waters. The journey tends to zigzag to ...

Week3---WEEKEND---week4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

... close that any misplaced steps would have killed us--which gave us the birds-eye view of the entire canyon and mountain range. It felt like we were in Heaven or on Mount Olympus or something. The hike was scheduled to last about 2.5-3 hours, but apparently we were running later than normal, so the bus had to come pick us up about halfway through. It was a pretty tough climb up the mountain, so none of us were against the bus coming to get us. Plus, we got to hang out in this ...

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