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... Wilfred Alleyne".
We were very impressed that everyone was impeccably dressed, even the teens and children.
Some little guys were even wearing suits.
After the meeting I went to speak to Sister Dorothy Badhlu formerly from Bangladesh. I was so happy to see her, as the last time I saw here was when we were in New York 4 years ago. Brother Jewel Baidya was also at the meeting with
his 8 year old son Josias. He also came to live in NY from ...
... to have this unplugged
freedom after being restricted by public transport links (or lack of them
rather) in places like Asia, and to also be able to take each day as it comes
on the open roads really has consolidated some parts of this trip for us; and
as a result we have reached an even more relaxed and carefree state of being
than we knew was possible! Not once in our life have we moved on each day, and
rested our heads in a different location ...
... New York navigation now.
We hopped on the subway from Central Park and headed straight to the site of the World Trade Center as we feel its necessary to get some perspective on such a thing. It's a very somber place and I was a little sickened to see people trying to sell souvenirs to try and make money from it. When rush our came military turned up, a sign that security is still super tight. We found a place called the 9/11 ...
... this musical.
Observation No. 2
One of the themes of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime" is how frequently we do not see. The protagonist, in describing the sensory overload that autistics must endure, says "I see everything." and goes on to say, "Most people are lazy. They never look at everything. They do what is called "glancing."
Yesterday, I ...
... a section where you can sit and relax and it has perspex overlooking the Manhattan roadway. Not sure why really, but a lot of people are having fun with it and we take some happy-snaps too. After we leave the High-line, we walk through Chelsea then get the subway back to East Village to complete our epic ice-cream hunt. I neglected to mention yesterday that our guide on the Greenwich Village tour recommended the Big Gay Ice Cream Shop for unique ice creams ...
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