Longfellow's Wayside Inn
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In the evening I went to a concert of the band called southern rail . They played country music. Really cool . They had a guitar, banjo, mandolin and a double bass. I think I was the youngest one in the crowd . Concert was at the church . On another note the virtual roundtable went pretty well. The lessons to be learned here I think the forum was …
... and tunnels. The train slows and I can make out the what must be the centre. We arrive and are greeted by our good friend Candace who we met in 2008 on a trip to Benin, Togo and Bukino Faso. She takes us on a fantastic tour of one of the academic hubs of the World......Harvard University.......where she works in the Medical School. Beautiful 200 year old campus buildings and little hidden parks are interspersed with charming weatherboarded French style colonial ...
... up their tans. I had come dressed for the beach, swimming shorts and all, but encroached about three inches into the sea, before cursing the cold, and returning to my beach towel, feeling defeated. The wind was also pretty brutal on occasion, meaning that fairly regular sandstorms battered us while we relaxed. We lasted a couple of hours, before gratefully retiring for the pub.
The pub would have been otherwise uneventful, if George ...
... beautiful city with lots of history but our next stop had to be Harvard! The best thing about the Harvard tours was that they were done by the students, so we got to hear lots of funny stories as well as all the fascinating history of Harvard itself. We didn't get to see in Harvard, I really wanted to go into the library but that was definitely out of bounds! We took a tube to the start of the Freedom Trail, a 2.5mile walking route that leads to many historically ...
... trip through South America, thank you very much. But that same inexplicable fear of the unknown began to turn into a different kind of fear--the familiar kind of fear that I might be settling in and never go to Africa. It was a fear that I was growing too comfortable, too predictable and too relaxed. Life is simple and easy so why plunge into a world that's so difficult by comparison? Because I knew at heart that it's the ...