Hacienda San Jorge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... group was on Teide, so we really needed to bring warm things in order to survive in the cold mountains. We got dinner in this quaint restaurant (which was in no way big enough for all of us, but I appreciated it), and then we took the windy, terrifying uphill trip to an area near the observatory we had visited earlier in the trip. We got to take some AMAZING photos of La Orotava from the top, and the "sea of clouds" looked stunning in the night sky. In addition, the night sky has ...
... before. We arrived at the unit at about 8:15 as we always do, and we spent about 45 minutes in the morning meeting where all the doctors gather together to discuss various patients and particularly challenging cases. To be honest, I'm sure what they were saying was very interesting, but I was so tired from waking up so early that I could not understand a single word of what any of those doctors was saying, and I quickly found my head bobbing as I struggled ...
... critical and needed treatment, so she would either need to inject insulin regularly or have an insulin pump be put in. All she could do was shake her head and show complete disapproval of their advice. Since working with Paco, we've talked about what the Spanish call "interconsulta," or joint consult, where more than one specialist is involved in the patient's treatment. I guess I knew about this in the US, but I never realized how interesting and cool it actually is when ...
... sunset approach to Lanzarote. And when we finally did reach La Palma, the timing was perfect for a sunrise view of Santa Cruz. I knew, however, that my hotel room was reserved from 5pm, and it was only 8am. What to do? Well, explore! I took a trip around all the old familiar sites from my childhood- our old flat, the plaza, the school, though everything was a lot smaller than I'd remembered. By bike, one can cross Santa Cruz in a matter of 5 minutes, ...
... as it was going up Los Tilos the Rainforest which can not be reached my public transport. I am not surprised about this as the road up to the North is just one road and in some very tight spots it took about 10minutes just for the bus to make sure it was lined up to cross very narrow bridges.Very scary indeed! The scenery was very picturesque with views of the ocean, salt water pools, banana plantations and very steep ravines. The tour itself was disappointing and the ...