Hotel Colon Rambla
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is a better appreciation for myself and how I'm different and similar from my peers; I've learned that I can't always fit in with others, that I'm not always going to be able to follow along or go with the crowd. Instead, I've decided that the best thing for me to do is to find those who I can connect with at any time they give me and enjoy that time to its maximum potential. Even if it's just a quick coffee in the hospital café, a tram ride back to the residencia, a run ...
... Marc and Sergio didn't show up for class today, so Ashley and I got to leave the hospital early. We went to SuperDino to get some snacks and then ran back to the residencia. I don't know why I've been so tired today, but I had two coffees before seminar and I still almost fell asleep. After tonight's soccer game (US vs. Ghana, I can't wait!), I will be going straight to bed to prepare for my second day in gynecology. I can't wait to see how my last week here turns out!
... how they form caves, while also getting to see some creepy huge spiders and experience complete pitch black when we all turned off our headlights. In addition to the eerie atmosphere this cave held, the guide told us about this one trench (40 kilometers deep) where an old woman apparently fell and never came out of. The popular story is that she haunts it, which I could not handle believing, because in the dark, that cave was scary.
Tomorrow we are going to the ...
... close that any misplaced steps would have killed us--which gave us the birds-eye view of the entire canyon and mountain range. It felt like we were in Heaven or on Mount Olympus or something. The hike was scheduled to last about 2.5-3 hours, but apparently we were running later than normal, so the bus had to come pick us up about halfway through. It was a pretty tough climb up the mountain, so none of us were against the bus coming to get us. Plus, we got to hang out in this ...
... grammatical structures. He loves to talk about politics, healthcare systems, hospital relations, useful Spanish/English words, and just about anything else that can possibly come up in conversation. He treats his patients and fellow coworkers like family, which I have never seen in the US. It's been such a humbling experience to see him work with his patients, and I've really learned a lot from him--not only about internal medicine and patient care, but also ...