Parador de la Palma
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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... be best to sleep in, enjoy my final day on the island, and take a much deserved trip to Las Terecitas! I woke up to eat breakfast, took a quick shower, threw on my beach clothes and ran down to the tram. Along the way, I picked up a few friends from the hospitals, and we decided it'd be cool to get some lunch before hitting the beach. Of all things we could find in Santa Cruz, we decided Subway was the best option, so I did in fact have a foot long Ham/Turkey Sub on Honey Oat bread ...
... pain. Laura was the resident we followed today, and she was very nice. She was super eager to practice her English with us, and since Mary Hunter doesn't speak much Spanish, I conceded to speaking mostly English in today's shadowing experience. The first patient we saw was a woman from Holland who was on vacation in Tenerife with her husband. She was obese, and experienced premature contractions. Since she was only at 24 months when she arrived at the hospital ...
... on the island. Because there are so many people like Irene, and since the economies of the Canary Islands depend so much on the tourism and money of retired folks, communities in the south have adapted to accommodate the non-English speakers. Grocery stores, bars, restaurants, apartment owners and hotel receptionists have learned English and speak it exclusively in these pseudo Canarian communities. If this is culturally insensitive or disrespectful enough, it's ...
... out to be one right by our old flat- how convenient! Armed with all necessary equipment, I set off past the replica of the Santa Maria (Columbus's ship I believe) and worked my way up the incredibly steep initial hills. By this time it was nearing midday, so the heat was getting to me, and no respite from the never ending hill was taking its toll. I knew, however, that soon I would be in the shade of the pine forests and the air would cool as I ...
... why we seemed to be getting closer and closer to the ocean, with no sign of land in sight. A quick glance to the left at fellow passengers was a good thing as I saw the signs of green vegetation on the island's coastline.
Isla Le Palma is known to the Palmeros (local inhabitants of La Palma) as the Green Island or the beautiful island. Its mountain slopes are covered in Pine forest and in the North East you have the Los Tilos Rainforest which is abundant ...