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... athletes, interviewed borough managers, photocall at the Olympic park
Some of the great sports I got to watch was:
The Basketball Qualifiers – the atmosphere was amazing. Four courts playing, kids competing for glory, there was even a Under 15 England Basketballer playing. The quarter finals were fantastic with the crowds just groaning with support. It was like we were at the NBA.
Handball – 2014 saw handball qualify as a point scoring ...
... as I fell asleep halfway watching Dallas Buyer's Club - I will have to watch it again some other time. The flight was ten minutes ahead of schedule and I was impressed by Brazilian immigration and customs. They were certainly geared for the big event - my hat off to them - hardly spent any time queuing considering the number of people. Now I had to wait for my next flight - read Sao Paulo next.
... other things about British culture.
We made our way to Paddington station on the Heathrow Express, it was a nice little jaunt, albeit one that I spent in its entirety trying to get my new Orange sim card to work in my phone. $50 in roaming charges 30 seconds after landing in Heathrow made sure I got a foreign sim. I was only 10 GBP so I didn't think it was too bad, I ended up spending maybe 30 GBP to have internet and phone while we were in London.
... here and clinical judgment must be used. As for the clinical guidelines, NICE provides evidence-based recommendations on the treatment and management of certain diseases. These recommendations take into account clinical and cost effectiveness as well as patient perspective. It is very important to note that these recommendations are advisory and not intended to replace the clinical judgment of healthcare professionals. The clinical guideline development process takes ...
... back as a present. "You're going home!" he exclaimed. "Why ruin the moment by being officious? Have a safe trip." I should add that he was incredibly thorough, but was cheery about it, making the process as pleasant as it could be. My time in London was far too short, and even now, sitting in the airport cafe having one last Belgian beer, it seems surreal. I still feel as if I'll be coming back to London or Brussels or Amsterdam in a few weeks. I arrived into London on ...