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... the gays. Next door Asbury Park developed a reputation as a kind of gay center of central New Jersey. Gays love old Victorian houses that they can fix up and paint all kinds of matching and contrasting psychedelic colors (think of the so-called "painted ladies" of San Francisco) and there were lots of them in Ocean Grove. It wasn’t all smooth sailing, though. Around four or five years ago there were conflicts between the gays and the Methodists in Ocean Grove about the ...
... visit tomorrow. I'll be honest with you...I'm quite a calm, level headed person, but I had my first wobble today. I was focussing on the whole of the project at once. It appeared enormous..and it is. This opportunity is amazing. And beyond the description of any words that i have. The outcome it has the potential to produce, both for NUH NHS and for myself, professionally are emense. This made the process and responsibility of visiting this first hospital, ...
... This evening there was a beautiful sunset. For the first time, we went up on the roof - one floor up.
It was very noisy up there because of airconditioners, but there was a whole different view to survey. I climbed on a small table so I could take photos over the top of the glass surrounds.
Saw a party going on on a roof top, and a whole array of different buildings.
Back in our room we watched night begin to fall, and the city become a blaze of sparkling lights.
... br> Just off the Coney Island boardwalk in Brooklyn, the New York Aquarium’s 14 acres are packed to the gills with the incredible diversity of the world’s oceans. Whether you want to socialize with sea stars at our Touch Pool, visit the strange universe of Alien Stingers, or cheer on our California sea lions during their ...
... abroad in China where I received a Presidential Scholarship award of $1000 and won a travel grant of $500 to apply to my airfare. I am currently seeking out internships where I can start in the field of politics, human resources, or international work, fields which interest me greatly and those I plan to pursue as an adult.
I intend to continue this blog as a means of communicating my travels and will remain optimistic as I have always been.