Apartamentos La Fuente
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... city at 5:00 in the morning or a stroll along the sand on the beach, I always have the potential to make an impact on people and let them impact me. This island, my friends, the hospital and this culture have impacted me significantly more than I thought they would, and I can only hope that I could do the same for them. Now that I've had my five weeks, I'm ready to go home and get ready for the rest of my life--it's been a good one so far, but I can tell it's only going to get better!
... born babies, so my day was pretty much made on the unit. That being said, I really don't think gynecology is for me; the fact of the matter is that this specialty requires a lot of work with labor and pregnancy, and I don't know if I want to put myself in the position of seeing a pregnancy or labor go wrong. I do respect the specialty a lot, and understand how important it is, but I think my interests lie elsewhere.
After shadowing, we had our ...
... how they form caves, while also getting to see some creepy huge spiders and experience complete pitch black when we all turned off our headlights. In addition to the eerie atmosphere this cave held, the guide told us about this one trench (40 kilometers deep) where an old woman apparently fell and never came out of. The popular story is that she haunts it, which I could not handle believing, because in the dark, that cave was scary.
Tomorrow we are going to the ...
... strange feeling, the accomplishment not quite sinking in yet. As it had been in Spain with Chris, you can be dying in pain all day, but once you've stopped and had a drink you quickly forget the pain and you wonder how you ever came to be in this marvellous place. In total 14 full days of cycling, some harder than others, but none of them easy. From my horrific first two days when my wheel fell apart, to the killer mountain on day 1 in Spain, the driest ...
... struggled to get her point across in English, but we did get to sample some honey rum and were recommended to a lovely restaurant in the old town of San Andres, where I leisurely ate Spanish tortilla with a chilled glass of La Palma wine.
My last few days on the island I explored the rock pools , went in search of turtles and dolphins and just simply relaxed on the black volcanic beach enjoying the tranquil life that La Palma has to offer.