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... side of the road to practice tele turns on the way down. I was thrilled I actually made some pretty turns and you could enjoy them from the road.
Lunch was buffet style today and had an Italian theme. 2 types of salad, spaghetti, lasagne, chicken milanese and tiramisu for dessert. I loved everything I took.
My final activity was another backcountry ski with guide Rachel. We did Powerline which is over in the South Fork area. The ...
... is a partial list of the places I intend to visit, if all goes as planned:
- Panama City, including a partial transit of the canal at the Miraflores Locks, a visit to Old Panama City and Casco Viejo, the Miraflores Visitor’s Center and observation deck, and museums and monuments.
- The Panama Canal Railway between Panama City and Colón. This should be a spectacular ...
... are not stimulated in anyway to allow them to recharge. I remember being allowed to do that when I was at nursery all those years ago and I think we really needed it. What was also interesting is the creative way that they have fundraised for some activities. Elizabeth has even set up kickstarter crowd funding pages to funding educational visits and theme days............ Have a feeling I would not be allowed to do the same. Then it ...
... scale at RNIB Pears. So big is this campus that the site team and security get around on golf carts......note to self don't mention that to our facilities guys ;) I'm really excited for my time here. My contact Marianne says she has given me a packed agenda for the 3 days, so I will have brain ache by Friday, but in a really good way. They've booked me for an extra night according to my invoice, so I may stay until Saturday morning and then drive into Boston ...
... Sure, I have the benefit of already seeing these places, and being familiar with the cities. But I also have an entirely new perspective on the subject, these countries, and how they have worked to ensure that the Holocaust does not define the history of their people. There are always new things to learn, new things to see, and new people to talk to. This time I won't just be taking in ...