By: Emily Gillett, Staff WriterPosted September 29, 2018 08:30:03It’s a strange way to spend a summer afternoon with your friends, even if you’ve been friends for ages.
It’s not that you’ve fallen out of love with someone, but it’s not always easy to reconnect with someone when they’ve moved on from a previous relationship or gone on a long holiday.
The new Friend Park in the National Capital Region has made things a little more relaxed.
In a word, it’s “friendship.”
“It’s like being able to hang out with your family again,” says Erin Dutton, who is an arts manager at the park.
“There are lots of people there, so it’s very welcoming.”
While many parks around the world have a similar experience, this one is different.
It’s free and open to the public, and it features a lot of socialising and making new friends, including a new “bio-friends” program, a new lounge, a movie theater and a cafe.
For $10, guests can join a group chat with other park guests or play a game of mini golf with other people in the park or nearby.
They can chat, eat, or even make plans for a day to visit the park together.
But the biggest attraction here is a new video camera that will allow guests to share video clips from their smartphones.
It will let guests take pictures of the parks they visit and share it with friends, family and strangers, even when the cameras aren’t turned on.
The videos will then be shared with a friend in the Friends Park who will then use the video to share it in a way that the person can understand.
It’ll be great for sharing with family and friends and for people who don’t want to share a lot in the first place.
It will also be great to use it for video conferencing, Dutton says.
“We have this one video camera, it’ll work with all of the park systems,” she says.
“We have a lot more video in our parks, so we want to make sure we use it wisely.”
The Friends Park has already been in operation for a couple of weeks and has been a huge hit with guests.
Dutton says it’s been a great experience, and she’s glad she could take part.
“It just feels like a safe, secure space where people can meet and hang out, get together and feel welcomed,” she said.
“I think it’s a really positive thing.
You don’t feel like you’re alone in a room or a park anymore.”