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This blog will reflect my interests in learning disabilities, nursing, nursing theory, philosophy and politics and my general interests in the arts and literature. (Nursing is an art as well as a science!) Philosophy and nursing have been intrinsically linked since the days of Socrates, his mother was a midwife, and taught him everything he knew!

Friday, June 24, 2005

A night with the backpackers

I've just arrived back from a rather cool night spent in Central London.

I went down for a very interesting meeting, followed by an excellent dinner, then back to my 'hotel' - actually a backpackers hostel near Russell Square.

I dont think I could have chosen a better place to stay - the facilities were admittedly basic - I had to share a room with 2 backpackers, but this did not seem like an inconvenience given the friendly relaxed atmosphere.

I met some really interesting people, from every part of the world, who were only too happy to chat, and made full use of the 3am bar, I think at one point I even had a dance. I even met a woman who works as a 'Applied Behavioural Analyst' (whatever that is) with children with autism in Missouri USA, so we had plenty to chat about.

I am sure that had I stopped a more expensive, and more stuffy establishment, I would have retired quietly to my room, and missed out on a mind-broadening experience, and on meeting some rather cool people.


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