Masia La Mota

Address: Carretera Font Roja, Km 5, Alcoy, Alicante Province, Valencian Country, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carretera Font Roja, Km 5, Alcoy.
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Travel Blogs from Alcoy

My last two days in Tenerife

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

... is a better appreciation for myself and how I'm different and similar from my peers; I've learned that I can't always fit in with others, that I'm not always going to be able to follow along or go with the crowd. Instead, I've decided that the best thing for me to do is to find those who I can connect with at any time they give me and enjoy that time to its maximum potential. Even if it's just a quick coffee in the hospital café, a tram ride back to the residencia, a run ...

Gynecology

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

... awake. It seemed that some of the other residents were having similar problems.

After the session was over, we ran down to the other hospital with three residents to see a very quick presentation all residents were required to attend. We only caught the last five or ten minutes of it, and again I was so tired that I didn't make much of an effort to understand anything. After our residents signed their attendance sheet, we ran back up to el ...

End of week 4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 14, 2014

... 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 ...

A trail run for renewed real travelling

A travel blog entry by womblepeter on Jun 13, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... 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 ...

Week3---WEEKEND---week4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 11, 2014

... ocean floor wasn't even visible anymore--one of the most terrifying/liberating things I've ever done. Luckily the current wasn't that strong where we were, so we all made it out and back to the shore. I had a really good time with the other fellows, and I got an awesome work out and tan, so it was a successful beach day for sure! We had lunch at this little restaurant about an hour away from the beach, where we ate fried chicken and potatoes. It was one of the best meals we've eaten ...