Hotel Colon Rambla
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... city at 5:00 in the morning or a stroll along the sand on the beach, I always have the potential to make an impact on people and let them impact me. This island, my friends, the hospital and this culture have impacted me significantly more than I thought they would, and I can only hope that I could do the same for them. Now that I've had my five weeks, I'm ready to go home and get ready for the rest of my life--it's been a good one so far, but I can tell it's only going to get better!
Week 5 is here! I can't believe how fast this whole experience has gone by! It feels like just yesterday I was anxiously running around the airport hopelessly trying to make it to my terminal on time, and now here I am running around La Laguna as if it were my home town.
For my final week, I'm in the Gynecology unit with one of the session A fellows, Mary Hunter. Today was our first day, and I have to say that I'm more excited for the specialty now than ...
... catch some sun again before starting our final week here in Tenerife. As much as I want to go home to see my girlfriend, family and dogs, I can't help but loathe the idea of leaving this place. As I've said in other posts, it's such a mystical, charming island with an atmosphere that keeps you wanting more. Every day is a new adventure, and I'm addicted to that. The good news is that as soon as I get back, I'll be keeping myself busy with class and MCAT studying, so I won't ...
... 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 ...
... disconcerted throughout the entire consult, but I never saw a woman look more worried than when she heard Paco say, "This is an English woman with dementia." Her face contorted, she made a little noise, and Paco asked her if she was okay. After a quick pause, and a glance at me and the other residents in the room, she said very proudly and in an offended tone, "I'm Scottish!" I laughed for five minutes straight, and my day was made.