Aparthotel Noelia Playa
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... all had such an indescribable experience here in Tenerife; it really has been something so mystical, real, tragic, comical, scary, thrilling, new, bizarre and magical, but at the end of the day, we all had a beautiful time getting to know each other, our doctors, the hospitals, our coordinators, the Spaniards of the residencia, and the island. I may have gotten some awesome shadowing experience while here and taught some wonderful English, but what I'm really thankful to take from ...
... awake. It seemed that some of the other residents were having similar problems.
After the session was over, we ran down to the other hospital with three residents to see a very quick presentation all residents were required to attend. We only caught the last five or ten minutes of it, and again I was so tired that I didn't make much of an effort to understand anything. After our residents signed their attendance sheet, we ran back up to el ...
... on Friday, my friends and I decided to go to the beach. We've had such a long week, and since this is our last weekend together, we wanted to spend as much time with each other as possible. Las Terecitas has never been more beautiful than it was that day, though the wind blew the sand all over the place and pelted the **** out of us! The sun was out and shining, and the sky has only been as blue as it's ever been here in Tenerife. I got to lay out on the sand and dip my feet ...
... papers is one of chance as the local hotels often sell out to their own early riser customers.
Having feed our minds and bodies it was time to explore before the heat of the day hit the low 30' degree. Hopping onto a local bus we headed north for about an hour; the coastline is fascinating following the ups and downs of the steep foothills, crossing huge deep dry gullies carved over centuries by torrential waters. The journey tends to zigzag to ...
... trip, and since it's been awhile since any of us have had semi-American food, we all dug in.
The next morning, we went on a hike in a northern part of the island called Teno--a mountainous region. Since we were at such a high elevation, the vegetation was very similar to that of deserts--all kinds of cactus and weird flowers/shrubs that only grow in places where water is in short supply. The views from the trail were totally amazing; we were right on the edge of the ...