Hotel Rural Torreblanca
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... seen. We had an awesome view of Santa Cruz from the balconies to our side, and the chairs we sat in were so comfy they felt like sofas. Our coordinators treated us tonight to some fresh wine and Sangrķa, and we got constant refills on bread--which I always love. Dinner was different for everyone, because we actually got to order our own food tonight (a rare occasion here). I had a salad for my first course (it was really more like cole slaw, but they call it "ensalada cubana") ...
... networks in all areas of the world. I really hear his message; after spending time in Internal Medicine and visiting the Taco Healthcare Center, I've realized that primary care is the first avenue to turn to in improving the health of our communities, and though I'm still interested in psychiatry, I also hope to include primary care in my career. I've discovered a new residency called the Triple Board, where you essentially spend five years training in ...
... creating a huge cave where animals and vegetation can form. We got to see one of the largest in the world, and it was one of the most unique things I've ever experienced. Everything was completely pitch black, which is why our helmets had lights attached to them. The floor of this cave was extremely rugged and hard to walk on, and the roof was rough and covered with micro stalactites. We trudged our way through the cave with our guide, learning about the different kinds of ...
Who would have thought Tenerife would be the place to try on my 'travelling boots' once again; it is not a back packers place of discovery, adventure or contact with the indigenous population but it is away and somewhere I had not yet visited.
The four hour flight from Gatwick was wonderful, (mainly because I had spent too long grounded in the UK), regretfully the airport assistance was needed to transfer me from the check-in to the aircraft. ...
... ocean floor wasn't even visible anymore--one of the most terrifying/liberating things I've ever done. Luckily the current wasn't that strong where we were, so we all made it out and back to the shore. I had a really good time with the other fellows, and I got an awesome work out and tan, so it was a successful beach day for sure! We had lunch at this little restaurant about an hour away from the beach, where we ate fried chicken and potatoes. It was one of the best meals we've eaten ...