Finca El Picacho
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... up being such a great experience; though I began this trip very uneasy about the lack of structure and support in teaching, it ended up being for the best, because Ashley and I were able to plan classes the way we wanted to instead of having to follow strict rules and curricula. I had an awesome last day, and I'm so glad I made the decision to go.
After Base5, we all headed back to the residencia real quick to grab some warm clothes and a few blankets; our final excursion ...
... 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 ...
... catch some sun again before starting our final week here in Tenerife. As much as I want to go home to see my girlfriend, family and dogs, I can't help but loathe the idea of leaving this place. As I've said in other posts, it's such a mystical, charming island with an atmosphere that keeps you wanting more. Every day is a new adventure, and I'm addicted to that. The good news is that as soon as I get back, I'll be keeping myself busy with class and MCAT studying, so I won't ...
... soup, fried cheese with honey and basil sauces, huge plates of chicken and ribs, and then finished the whole thing off with some cake. The people around me were mostly vegetarians, so I got to eat a lot of ribs and chicken--practically all of it actually--so by the time we got to the bus I was so full I felt like I was going to throw up. It was so worth it though.
It was so cool to meet our new fellows, and I loved going to the beach and seeing the mountains, so I had ...
... to experience my time here more.
This week I'm in internal medicine, which I was skeptical about before this trip. I've shadowed an internist before (although only once for a few hours), and though I recognized the importance of the specialty, I never saw myself generalizing the way internists must. You basically get to be a jack of all trades and a master of none, which is why primary care never appealed to me. This week has changed my mind--at least ...