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... choose a day to visit the island, I couldn't have picked a better day. This is the first day since I arrived in NYC that there has been blue sky. It's been warm ever since I arrived, but it's always looked grey. When I sat down to look at the statue, I got thinking (I know dangerous!) what is freedom and liberty? What does being free mean to me. What does justice mean to me. To me freedom is being able to live my life the way I chose fit, to be who I want to ...
... lesson, so that they repeat the actions and embed the learning. The school are also highly committed to supporting parents practically and emotionally. One quote that sticks in my mind is from Margharite the vice-principal who said "one of the things we have to help our families with is learning when to sit on their hands.". I get that, some of our families and colleagues at times, struggle with the fear of failure. The fear that a young ...
... it wasn't that far away from the Zoo it was 17 mins walking but I hopped in a taxi and that only take 8 mins.
Bronx Zoo is located on
2300 Southern Blvd, Bronx, NY 10460, United States
The cost for adults is $30.56 and children is $21.56 if you visited
... We even walked down 5th Avenue, dreaming of cause. We had dinner at a Southern restaurant in Brooklyn called Peaches and I have to rave about the food. My Satay chicken salad was to die for. We had a final catchup with Judit at her cute NY apartment. Who would of thought you can get margaritas from a can, that actually taste good.
We had the most amazing time in New York, it exceeded all my expectations. Thanks to Bridget for coming with us. NEW YORK WE LOVE ...
... for the whole day! I headed out with Monica, a really lovely columbium girl. Chinatown is ridiculously rude and every small market stall seemed to sell the exact same products. We tried to barter with some and failed; they pretty much laughed in our faces. The entrance for Chinatown is literally over a road and it ends very abruptly as well. The 'little' in little Italy is not an exaggeration. Apparently, this used to be bigger Italy until Chinatown started to expand. Now, ...
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