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... looked back. The community seemed to really ‘own’ the town.
(As a side note, the Judge is travelling to Australia as he has been involved in the
Broadway musical Matilda that is opening there soon).
A guy at the bar the night before had given us some ideas of notable stops on our way through town. The first stop was the Marsh, Billings, Rockerfella House, that is open to the public and part of a museum of the ...
... lots of movie stuff goes down) and to the Brooklyn Bridge (that’s the one that gets blown up every time Manhattan has a nasty virus and needs to be 'isolated’). We walked north through Chinatown and Little Italy, before seeing Madison Square Garden (where Godzilla lays her eggs) and the Empire State Building (you know who climbs that one in every re-make and stage show). We continued on north towards Times Square (this is where agents Jay and Kay ...
... tea. Salem for Val was the architecture, having been banned from museums and art galleries she needed something to focus on. The day drew to a close with hire car hell. We had to pick up a car from the airport and drive across the city back to Jamaica Plain. Well, one freeway, no map and directions from a friendly cop and we had made it back. The streets of Jamaica Plain were buzzing as usual with a walking brass band, ...
... much it; it was, by the sounds of things, a very dull life but you had even less chance if escaping it and having a cheeky spot of fun if you were a girl. The girls found a source if entertainment in listening to the stories of a black servant called Tituba who had been taken back from the Bahamas to work as a slave by one of the preachers. She told stories of the Bahamas and voodoo/ black magic and showed tricks which had been popular in her culture and taught to her by ...
... major natural resources plummeted. Sadly, the phrase "the road to hell is paved with good intentions" seems to be all too fitting when describing the economic situations of Africa's countries.
Big Men: Immediately after independence, Africa had and continues to have, leaders who just can't get over themselves. Cults of personality, brutal totalitarianism, psychopathic tendencies (read about Jean-Bedel Bokassa of CAR), prone to ...