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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... so when he/she tries to translate for the physician, certain ideas get lost. I realized this week that by becoming a doctor, I am taking on a much bigger responsibility than most people can handle: to understand my patients and communicate to them the way they can understand. Hopefully my French and Spanish come in handy to this end, but regardless, there is a way to speak to patients, and as a doctor, I will need to master this communication.
... area and I was determined to do it without any walking aid; consequently we did not get far by normal standards but my stroll in the park pace with stops at various waterholes achieved a reasonable standard.
The town buzzes with tourists from all over Europe and their languages sound like various parts of a great orchestra with differing tones and sounds,some are soft and smooth, others seem to flow up and down the scales in staccato while the ...
... trip, and since it's been awhile since any of us have had semi-American food, we all dug in.
The next morning, we went on a hike in a northern part of the island called Teno--a mountainous region. Since we were at such a high elevation, the vegetation was very similar to that of deserts--all kinds of cactus and weird flowers/shrubs that only grow in places where water is in short supply. The views from the trail were totally amazing; we were right on the edge of the ...
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