Residencial Luz De Agua

Carboneras, 20, Agua Amarga, Andalusia, 4149, Spain and Canary Islands | Villa
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Location

This villa is located on Carboneras, 20, Agua Amarga.
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Travel Blogs from Agua Amarga

Hellos and goodbyes

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Jul 25, 2014

19 photos

... bottles on the menu).

With heavy heads, and of course heavy hearts we said goodbye to our three week long Harold buddy Tanya at 4am at Lisbon airport. It wasn’t too teary as catch ups were in the works already and we headed south to Lagos.



After a catch up nap in Portugal’s finest roadside stop we got to Lagos and set up in the campground situated ideally just outside of the town. A few rowdy nights out with the ...

My last two days in Tenerife

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 21, 2014

... all had such an indescribable experience here in Tenerife; it really has been something so mystical, real, tragic, comical, scary, thrilling, new, bizarre and magical, but at the end of the day, we all had a beautiful time getting to know each other, our doctors, the hospitals, our coordinators, the Spaniards of the residencia, and the island. I may have gotten some awesome shadowing experience while here and taught some wonderful English, but what I'm really thankful to take from ...

Gynecology

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 16, 2014

... pain. Laura was the resident we followed today, and she was very nice. She was super eager to practice her English with us, and since Mary Hunter doesn't speak much Spanish, I conceded to speaking mostly English in today's shadowing experience. The first patient we saw was a woman from Holland who was on vacation in Tenerife with her husband. She was obese, and experienced premature contractions. Since she was only at 24 months when she arrived at the hospital ...

End of week 4

A travel blog entry by btfreder on Jun 14, 2014

... speak the language enough to explain the complicated, technical medical issues patients may be experiencing. The only option they have is to use a translator over the phone--a service the hospital offers to doctors. I've spoken with my students and multiple other doctors about this translating company, and they don't like the idea of it. There is no guarantee that the translator on the other line understands the medical terminology and concepts necessary to explain the ...

A trail run for renewed real travelling

A travel blog entry by womblepeter on Jun 13, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... countries growl and rasp the bass tones. Meanwhile I somehow manage to say my "thank you, please, sorry, hello,etc. in any other language than whoever it is I am addressing. The bars and cafes are tourist orientated, it is indeed a tourist place and the attraction is the perfect climate, good swimming or surfing, ample restraunts and bars together with warmish sea for this time of the year. For people enjoying their holidays or early retirement it could ...