Fairfield Inn Plymouth Middleboro
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... and harbors. Got to Provincetown and it isn't a place you want to be driving a big truck! Marge (GPS) had us driving down the narrow main street of Provincetown where there were people everywhere. People walking dogs, riding bikes, scooters, skateboards, walking, running......people everywhere! At first I thought it was a street shut down for people but no, it's a street shut down by the people. It was a tight squeeze but finally made it to ...
... little they re-pay the loan in fixed installments. For this program the loan payments are disconnected from the national inflation that can reach 20 %! Their payments are again used to finance more Microcredits. In case of financial problems, the women help each other. In addition, the Casita Amarilla provides day care and schooling for their children. This enables the women to concentrate on their business, and frees the children from their work duty ...
... 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 ...
I spent the last week in Boston staying with a couple via Air BnB in a lovely apartment in the south end of the city. I divided my work week by visiting Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Spaulding rehabilitation hospital. Both sites were part of the same organisation and worked seamlessly together. It was great observing the acute care in the trauma centre and then the rehabilitation element. Whilst talking to people they couldn't comprehend ...
Struggled with the three hour time difference this morning plus the fact this is the noisiest place we have stayed so far. Breakfast was in a canteen downstairs and was very busy. We left the hostel at half ten and set out towards the park. This was beautiful full of flower displays and a lake, as well as lots of squirrels. We walked through the park towards the common which is where the freedom trail started. Through the streets if Boston ...