Horsham Motor Lodge
Travel Blogs from Horsham
... had dinner at the Oyster Bar in Grand Central Terminal and tried out the acoustics in front of it to good effect - two people stand in opposite corners, facing the corner with backs to each other, talk and hear each other no matter how softly you speak. We also admired the ceiling in the Grand Central terminal main concourse - guide told us that it was black from years of cigarette smoke then cleaned to reveal its beautiful ...
... I've learned about myself and the world while traveling and I couldn't have learned them in any other way. Traveling has fed into my curiosity, it has fueled my passion and it has forced me to do things that I never thought I would/could do. I've bitten the apple and I can't stop chewing. So here I go again, off to Central America once more. TSA, please don't give me too much trouble. I swear I'm not a college drug mule; don't waste the government's funds investigating me. Me ...
... kids are unsettled or anything. If you are not on duty you can go to bed or out to the pub or the shop to get things after our 10.30pm meeting. It is a long day, and it takes awhile to get used to it and the lack of sleep, but eventually you learn to live with 6 hours or less sleep. If i was at home I would have a massive headache and feel really horrible within days, but being here you don't react the same way to the tiredness which is funny. But it is still incredible we ...
I had a fantastic second day at HUP. They are such a great team of therapists! Very rehabilitation focused; as we should be; our unique selling point as Occupational Therapists (OT) and Physiotherapists / Physical Therapists (PT) is complex rehabilitation. We should be using our skills to improve people's function rather than often relying on adaptations and equipment provision. These don't assist in the rehabilitation process they just result on reliance and dependence. I know ...
... City of the Hunger Games! I surreptitiously snapped a few photos of my favorite outlandish outfits. And since it was the tailgating section, most people were there to party instead of watch the races. They'd pull up their cars, fold out the tables and lay the feasts! (and beer - or wine if they were that refined. Actually, I've never seen so many people carrying wine, champaign, cocktail, etc glasses in the middle of a field in my life.) We did have time ...
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