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... village with an ice cream shop, cheese store and park to chill in. We had an awesome time, and I took way more pictures than I needed to. Although the views from the mountain were breathtaking and the village was sick, I think the highlight of the day was lunch. The coordinators anticipated more of us coming on the hike (there are about 40 in our group now, and only about 14 people showed up), so they ordered more food than necessary. We started with a lot of bread, then ...
... a beautiful island to escape to, but it's also this mystical, chic place to explore and hang out in. I'll admit there have been moments during the last four weeks where all I wanted to do was go home and be with my girlfriend, family and dogs, but just yesterday, as I was sitting in the hospital cafeteria looking out at the view of the palm trees and ocean, it hit me that I might never get to experience Tenerife again--at least not the same way. Needless to say, ...
... after the forty-five minute mark, since no one was coming and the doctors had to get ready for their class.
After teaching, I realized something that I've been struggling with this entire trip: I am completely and utterly exhausted. Working more than eight hours everyday in a hospital using a language that I am still in the process of learning takes a huge toll on my cognitive power, and with the out of town events and group dinners that we go on (during which ...
... and it has expanded my knowledge of what it means and feels like to work in a hospital setting. I've enjoyed it, and I am just now starting my second actual shadowing experience.
The first two weeks I spent shadowing la Dra. Laynez in the cardiology department, in addition to the many residents who perform surgeries and ultrasounds there. This week, I have been moved to intensive medicine, where I am shadowing el Dr. Lubillo and his fellow workers and residents. I ...
... of walls which were completely covered in different tags and images sprayed by people in Santa Cruz. I had experienced art like this a year before when I was in Grenoble, France, but I was still amazed by the detail, color, dimensionality and realistic features these people were able to achieve with just spray paint. Needless to say, I spent at least five minutes trying to take pictures of as many of these images as possible.
The book fair was nice because ...
- Free parking
- Pets allowed