La Cascada Apartamentos
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... with my friends on the beach for the last time, have a few well deserved drinks, talk with Avi (from UIowa) about MCAT and premed course work, walk on the most jagged rocks I think I've ever been on, get sunburned on my legs (AGAIN), take some embarrassingly ridiculous selfies, interrupt a game of rugby between Spaniards, and get lost in the beauty of my favorite place in the north of Tenerife. I didn't want to leave the beach, but I really needed to get back home to put on ...
... the entire conversation was in English, and she asked Laura for permission to leave that day. It was her birthday, and her husband had been sleeping in the hospital since the day she arrived (about two weeks--talk about a devoted husband), so she wanted to be able to experience the island and celebrate her day with him. Laura told her that since she had progressed so well, it would be fine for her to leave, and the woman was more than grateful to her for ...
... speak the language enough to explain the complicated, technical medical issues patients may be experiencing. The only option they have is to use a translator over the phone--a service the hospital offers to doctors. I've spoken with my students and multiple other doctors about this translating company, and they don't like the idea of it. There is no guarantee that the translator on the other line understands the medical terminology and concepts necessary to explain the ...
... and difficult going. Eventually I neared the top of the crater, where the climbing stopped for a while and I was treated to some relatively level cycling and even some downhill, and then finally I saw my first telescope. In the same way that seeing the sea on our way into Cádiz had spurred us on, seeing the telescopes of the observatory at the top of the mountain gave me the boost I needed to keep pushing for the last couple of miles. But it was hard, ...
... silver trees. Where you don't have forests you have rows and rows of banana plantations. It has something for everyone from beautiful cozy beaches, natural saltwater pools as well as a large number of hiking trails for those that are looking for a more active holiday.
I was looking for a more relaxing time, mainly to spend most of my time on the beach. Although the weather was warm it was not always beach weather with overcast skies so mid week I decided to take ...
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