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- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... at key pints, one would then stand I a line, then hold everyone up creating issues about screening, then the others would then create a scene. It was the TSA – deal with it. These people were on the same flight as me. They refused to sit where they seats were allocated, accept food provided or comply with any instruction given. This was my scariest flight ever. This is the ...
... our first time seeing someone we knew since we'd said goodbye to Laura two months before! In fact, it was the first time we'd really had anyone to hang out with or talk to in a month as Mexico was pretty quiet for other backpackers. So overexcited were we to be surrounded by people, that we got completely hammered with James and his mates in the local bars that afternoon/evening. Well, James and Edd certainly did, I wasn't quite as bad! It was ...
... a gathering of agencies providing information about AIDS and HIV. I haven't seen anything like this in Australia at all, in fact not since I left South London to live in Amsterdam. HIV and AIDS is still an issue world-wide and very much a current one in New York. Besides these teams of people giving information away to the public at the weekend, there are many many adverts on the subway about making sure people are informed. This Saturday there ...
We woke up early, hardly surprising. Tom had been awake since 3 and I woke up at 5. It was raining. By 7.30 we had dressed and went across the road for breakfast - quite good actually, although very much a takeaway.
From there we took the subway to Grand Central Station - Tom was impressed - then up to see a pet store for dog collars. It quite shocked both of us that pet shops in New York still have puppies for sale ...
... that was really well done, I walked a bit more to see the sites before catching another bus headed back to Wall Street and my hotel's neighborhood.
By the time I got back to my hotel, ...