Las Palmas Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... all the organs. Then cut the esophagus so the organs can be totally removed from the fish. We then had to separate the liver only, which was used for a histology exam. Then cut off a whole gill for further analysis, and then a piece of skin. Then we had to weigh the fish witout guts with the gill, then just the gill, then just the liver. Liver, gill and skin were placed in a small container for formaldahyde and send to a histolgy lab.
Usual day at work, I was able to get out early so I can go to the Extranjeria department and try and get my permit of citizenship for cheaper travel. Once I got there they did not let me in because they had a technical difficulty and it was packed with people. I then went to a camping store to fix my backpack that broke. Had to buy weist traps with buckles and go to a leather store where they could ahve fixed it. Also had to have fixed 2 zippers that had broken in the past.
I came into work and was told that hundreds of my fish have died. The pump that brings salt water from the ocean into the tanks stopped working. So no fresh salt-water was coming in. I have to admit, it was sad feeding a tank that once had hundreds of starving fish in the morning, to a tank with 12 fish. I obviously had to tell nearly everyone at work what happened to my forehead and cheek, but thats the price you pay for having fresh scars on your face.
... of helped. So I had a jellyfish sting with a bruised forehead and cheek while under the blistering hot sun. I then exited the water, headed to the shade of the tarp, rinsed the wounds with fresh water and applied an anti-bacterial cream.
I also "developed" a cooler for our water that was getting hot even under the shade. Dig a hole in ...
... At one point I did some free diving to 3-4 meters, and stayed down for a while. It is true that you become part of the ocean floor. While descending, the school of fish under me was nervous and swam away, but as time passed and I remained still at the bottom of the ocean, holding on to some heavy rocks, the school began swimming 3-5 centimeters away form me, as ...