Hotel Rural Loizu

Address: Calle San Nicolas, 13, Auritz-Burguete, Navarra, 31640, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle San Nicolas, 13, Auritz-Burguete, is near Real Club de Golf de Tenerife.
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    Travel Blogs from Auritz-Burguete

    My last two days in Tenerife

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

    ... Lettuce, Cucumber, Green Peppers and Honey Mustard. The sandwich might as well have been shipped from the US, but I didn't care! After that I went to a local store to pick up a few souvenirs (including my own Spanish iPhone case!), and then after picking up a few more friends, we headed down to the beach! As cheesy as it may sound, today actually was in fact the most perfect day to go to the beach; it was sunny, warm, and there was no wind to carry the sand into our eyes. I got ...

    Gynecology

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

    ... before. We arrived at the unit at about 8:15 as we always do, and we spent about 45 minutes in the morning meeting where all the doctors gather together to discuss various patients and particularly challenging cases. To be honest, I'm sure what they were saying was very interesting, but I was so tired from waking up so early that I could not understand a single word of what any of those doctors was saying, and I quickly found my head bobbing as I struggled ...

    End of week 4

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 14, 2014

    ... People retire because they're old and they don't want to work anymore. These are the folks that are most vulnerable to sickness, as well as degenerative disorders like Alzheimer's, so they end up in the health system a lot. The problem is they don't speak Spanish, and doctors aren't guaranteed to speak English. This results in a mass inefficiency in care delivery and communication efforts; some doctors speak English relatively well (such as Paco and Magdalena), while others ...

    Week3---WEEKEND---week4

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

    ... 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 ...

    Week 4

    A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

    ... br>
    Today we had a really funny patient in internal medicine who I have to talk about here. Her name was Irene, and she didn't speak a lick of Spanish because she's Scottish (though she has lived in Tenerife for upwards of 20 years). She was in the hospital because she had some kind of serious dementia and diabetes. Her dementia caused her to speak very slowly and to occasionally say things that didn't make sense or that were incomprehensible. Her face ...