Travel Blogs from Puerto de la Cruz
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... s treatment becomes multidisciplinary and multifaceted. I have a feeling that when I'm a doctor, patient's like this one are going to be the ones I like working with most.
After my work with the psychiatrist, I got to follow one of Paco's residents around, Magdalena. She was pretty cool too! She's from Slovakia, so she speaks not only Spanish, but Czech, Slovakian and English. We visited a patient that I had seen previously--a Scottish woman with cognitive ...
... area and I was determined to do it without any walking aid; consequently we did not get far by normal standards but my stroll in the park pace with stops at various waterholes achieved a reasonable standard.
The town buzzes with tourists from all over Europe and their languages sound like various parts of a great orchestra with differing tones and sounds,some are soft and smooth, others seem to flow up and down the scales in staccato while the ...
... As I said, the sun was out and the sky was super blue, so the water was this pleasant blue/turquoise color, and the waves were so big some of them went over my head. There were these giant rocks to walk and climb on off to the side of the beach, and we found all kinds of crabs and little sea animals hanging out on them in the sun. We also swam out to this huge rock structure about 100 meters away from the shore. It was cool to sit out in the sun on the rocks, and while ...
Other places to stay in Puerto de la Cruz
Calle Calafate 3, Puerto de la Cruz | 2 star hotelfrom $32
Calle Parque las Flores 35, Puerto de la Cruz | 2 star hotelfrom $25
- Hotel from hell
- Never again
- The All Inclusive that doesn't want you to stay!
Avda. 8 de Marzo, 4 Urb.Parque las Flores, Puerto de la Cruz | 3 star hotelfrom $40
Iriarte, 11, Puerto de la Cruz | 2 star hotelfrom $37
C/ Puerto Viejo, 1, Puerto de la Cruz | 3 star hotelfrom $27
c/Perez Zamora, 49 , Puerto de la Cruz | 2 star hotelfrom $27