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... met Bill who then took us on a whirlwind tour of the local area which is also Amish country. We were surprised to see how that how much the modern world has encroached on their lives and there are quite a few tourist places that are Amish run. We thought that the Amish would be more isolated as they usually shun modern conveniences however their farms where right next to supermarkets, tattoo shops and restaurants. We found out there are actually 3 different groups in the area ...
... coast vs west coast differences too. I arrived in the evening of the 6th after a full day of sightseeing in NYC. We had a Chinese takeaway and I got the most fitting fortune! Tuesday I had a lovely lazy day catching up on emails, doing laundry and raiding Steve's precious PG tips supply. Well overdue, it's the first day I've had to relax weekends included! Wednesday I managed to meet Steve for lunch at Reading Terminal market then do a little sight seeing. Saw the Liberty ...
... importance of a proper diet to health and longevity. And this is surely a point borne out by the facts, too. One attraction of macrobiotics, for example, is its promise to reduce the risks of cancer. The fall in cholesterol that attends a true vegan or vegetarian diet is another example. Manifestly, one reason that people today are so much more discriminating about food is that decades of recent research have taught us that diet has more potent effects than Betty ...
... A conservative "daddy" government is the equivalent of a disciplinarian father, who acts as protector of the family from outside forces (the equivalent to a "government" military), and protector of each member of the family from others in the family (the equivalent of domestic "law enforcement"), and the one who keeps "undesirables" away from the family (the equivalent of immigration "laws"), as well as the enforcer of morality, who ...
... worth a snipe. I have another man who is clearly passed out to my right, airport no-no.
The gate area is filling up... I'm getting looks on account of my two seat occupation. Beat it, nerds!
This concludes my first blog post. Check back soon to see how I spend my first day in London..