Benidorm Vida & Golf
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A trip to Spain wouldn't be complete without a visit to Benidorm.
On Friday we spent the day at Aqualandia – which is a water park with slides etc.
I am never that keen on a day where I have to walk around in my togs, but once I got over that and realised there were plenty (and I mean plenty) of people who looked worse …
... favorite students) decided to come, and since it was just us four, we ran downstairs to the café for some coffee and pop. I got to have some great conversations with them--about Tenerife wine, Spanish learning, English accents and medical school--and get to wrap up my hospital work. I was so glad to meet all the doctors I met here, and since I never could have seen any of this work in the US, I'm so thankful to them for giving me the opportunity to follow them around. What's more, ...
... 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 ...
... on Friday, my friends and I decided to go to the beach. We've had such a long week, and since this is our last weekend together, we wanted to spend as much time with each other as possible. Las Terecitas has never been more beautiful than it was that day, though the wind blew the sand all over the place and pelted the **** out of us! The sun was out and shining, and the sky has only been as blue as it's ever been here in Tenerife. I got to lay out on the sand and dip my feet ...
... 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 ...