La Joya de Cabo de Gata
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... swimming with clothes is now just that little bit disappointing.
The next day provided no surf so we decided to head inland. After a small jaunt at a beach on the way (clothed this time) we got to Seville by the evening. Arriving in the industrial area to the camping described in our new bible as 'city centre’ we moved to the local train station. Here, we met our first ‘parking inspector’, asking for a ticket and money. When asked I ...
This is it. I'm sitting in my residencia now on the final night of my time here in Tenerife. I cannot believe I've been here for five weeks and that I won't be going to the hospital on Monday...it feels like I've started a new life here and now I'm throwing away something I got so used to! Either way, I'm excited for what the rest of my summer, year and life hold, so though I'm sad to leave, I'm also happy to go.
These last two days have been absolutely amazing! It was ...
... baby and giving her permission to discharge. It was actually very heartwarming to see such a happy couple receive good news from Laura; dire situations like this one--where an extremely premature pregnancy is forced to happen--don't always end well, but it looks like this one did!
The rest of the patients were either hypertensive, recovering from labor or experiencing abnormal pains associated with pregnancy/post-pregnancy. I got to see A LOT of very ...
... water while enjoying the relaxation of the Atlantic ocean. It was a great day to spend with the crew, and I'm glad I got to go to that beach if for the last time I have the opportunity to.
Today we went on the second of our final excursions while on the internship. We visited a "volcanic tube" (as the Spanish call it) named la cueva del viento (the cave of wind). Basically when lava flows out of a volcano, it may form a huge tube that can span for hundreds ...
... the coastline into the hills and small towns which are so typical of the mediteranean countries having white stone exteriors with balconies and colourful tiled steps; several have awnings and most have window shutters. Properties near the ocean vary from the larger hotels in towns to whole developments of apartment blocks often isolated on the coast and in various states of construction; clearly the recent poor economic situation has, or is, taking its ...