Well hello again my friends and welcome back to my second and final installment from the 2018 New York Times Travel Show. As I mentioned in my first chapter (seen HERE), this was my first time ever attending this and I had gone during their Media and Industry Day. The vibe is different when its all the “working stuff” so with more of the Boat Show and BroadwayCon stuff under my belt, I took a wander for one of the consumer days. Let’s explore some faraway lands once more.
The fine folks at Camp Cody had a station where attendees could make their own S’Mores. I love this treat but generally steer clear of them to keep the waistline in check. It was so yummy.
As I headed towards the exit, I ran into my new friends from the Bahamas once again and made sure to add them into this chapter of the narrative. I think I’m in love so if you find me composing articles from the region you will know why LOL. I’m kidding, I kid….
So that’s that my kind readers, another convention adventure is in the books and I was happy to attend and explore. I met so many interesting and wonderful people and really need to do some more traveling. It’s one of the things I have cheated myself out of doing more often but to be honest its mainly a financial and logistics concern at the moment. Now I think I will walk the aisles of the other two conventions for good measure as the Progressive Boat Show and BroadwayCon are still taking place as well and I’m always game to add more photographs to the website and our connected networks. Remember, you are welcome to join us on our Social Networks of Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. I use these three extensively during my events before they make it to the website and I’d hate for you to miss anything that might interest you. Hopefully I’ll be able to attend this convention next year as well because it was very interesting. See you next time.
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