Travel Blogs from Jandia Peninsula
... since it was in the south we had absolutely perfect weather. It was extremely sunny and warm, but not uncomfortably hot or humid--perfect weather for the beach. The south is the most popular tourist area on the island, so everyone on the beach spoke an awkward mix of Spanish, English, French and German. The beach itself though was among the top five most beautiful beaches I've ever been to. The sand was a mix of black and white, so it had this cool brown/silver color I've never ...
... 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 ...
... is financial stability, but I'm not completely sure, since people making less money pay less in taxes.
After leaving Taco, we had our placements. Today in the ICU, I got to work in the cardiology unit again, which I really enjoyed. One doctor there (whose name I haven't had the opportunity to figure out) consistently tries to convince me to get my friends to go to Teide national park, where the volcano is located. Though I've explained to him multiple ...
... and complained with Meenah later that day about how much trouble she is going to get us all in.
More drama came almost instantly after Caroline appeared at the hospital for lunch...Base5--the English teaching portion of our internship--has been the most unorganized and chaotic experience of this entire trip. We were supposed to begin teaching our classes the first week we arrived in Tenerife--the second day of the internship was supposed to be the first day of ...
... for making churros (a very interesting thing believe it or not). They had this huge vat of hot oil on the stove with a large pot of batter to the side and a funnel-like apparatus that allowed batter to flow into the vat. The cook would take the funnel and allow batter to drop into the vat in the shape of a giant spiraling wheel. The end product was so cool looking and it made us all want more. It only took about sixty seconds for the churro wheel to be done cooking, ...
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Avda del Saladar s/n, Jandia Peninsula | 4 star hotelfrom $158
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Avda. El Saladar 1, Jandia Peninsula | 3 star hotelfrom $54
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