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... will conspire this as a way forward for us. There also seems to be an understanding here that it is not predominantly blind or VI people using these resources and so the accessibility and readiness of resources is about the practitioners who will use it, not the young people or 'clients' that might ultimately benefit, which is really refreshing to see in such a prestigious provider for Blind and VI people's services. We also spent some time in the library for professionals, ...
... and sugar smell, was far too overwhelming that I didn't even bother ordering to go. I then took the orange train line both ways for the sake of sitting on the subway train and seeing a bit more of the outskirts of Boston. Around three in the afternoon, I headed back to Andrew Street station and then my hotel was supposed to be walking distance. Over a bridge and many many streets that came off it. I went down a street too early and got lost so had to ask the petrol station ...
... we didn't have more hiccups and arguments.. with the exception of Maty and Mike fighting more seriously the other night when Matt smooshed a banana all over his head), but everyone seemed to get along well!
After travelling with Lauren the past few times it was different travelling in a group it had its negatives and its positives. In saying this I wouldn't change it and I'm sure we will do more travelling together in the years ahead.
... with room partners which should fit them best. It's surprisingly successful! She points out the library; built using funds donated by the mother of a man who travelled the world collecting an immense number of rare and important books before going down with the Titanic (he made it out to the life boats only to return to his cabin in search of his books). The mother had certain conditions however - no changed could be made to the facade of the library (she's just torn down another ...
... later on helped Halifax to rebuild the town. Halifax have been saying thank you ever since by shipping a large Christmas tree to Boston to sit in the city centre lit up to remember that time. All this aside we had a lovely tour of Peggy's Cove which is a small fishing village of only 35 people and its not hard to realise why.They have a hurricane every decade that moves everything meters and meters and the January temperature is minus 23. All in all a great tour lots of lovely ...
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