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... diving board that you realise how cold the water below you might turn out to be. I am excited about what these thirty-five days will bring, but I am also quite nervous. I'm about to be immersed in, and exposed to, many different facets of the world's third-largest corporate travel company, BCD Travel.
I'll be an associate in the "Fast Track Leadership Programme," a whirlwind (but thorough) work experience placement that will take me to Latin America, to India, to ...
... Along the beach side of the road there was a wide pavement area with a sound shell for performances, changing rooms etc. On the other side were numerous shops and stalls selling clothing, souvenirs and food - Wicked Willy's Seafood and Big Steve's Italian Sausage to name a couple. This was the public beach. Once back on the bus we drove past the residents' beach where people that own property can get sticker access to the quieter, less commercial end of the beach. New ...
... for lunch, since it was a place I frequented as a young child. Lunch was at Barnacle Billy's in Perkins Cove in Ogunquit. We were able to have a nice corner table overlooking the boats and under the awnings, as it continued to drizzle and rain. Four lobster rolls, 2 tuna rolls and a few drafts hit the spot and showed the kids a real New England tradition for lunch. Leaving Ogunquit, there was ...
... on to the next one. Shopping nirvana!! We stayed at a place called Captain Briggs, which is a B&B - a very lovely spot. After a day of craziness
(read shopping), it was back to the B&B, and we rested!! Oh! our poor aching feet!!
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Starved for food and the latest soccer games we asked at the Information Centre just outside Freeport for a good pub with a TV. We ...
... And we did not have to light the Barbie and struggle with coals and starter!! Vacations can be exhausting!!The next day, we were up bright and early and headed into the big city - Boston. We took a train called the Downeaster; the trip lasted about two and a half hours. It was nice and relaxing not to have to drive, not having to face the traffic congestion in Boston, and not having to find a place to park. Once in the city, we went to ...
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