If it’s authentic cuisine or not so authentic Chanel handbags you are looking for, then take a trip to Chinatown. Feeling more like a country of its own country, Chinatown features the largest Asian population in New York and you can easily start to believe you are in a land far from the city. Food is in abundance. From dim Sum to duck all … Continue reading Year Of The Monkey
Time Square Home to the New Year’s Eve ball drop and Broadway, nothing is bigger than the lights at Time Square. A must see for all. Check it out Time Square Continue reading Midtown Madness
In New York it is possible to get fat very quickly (as i found out)! There are seemingly endless options when it comes to food and drink. You can find bars and restaurants on just about every corner. Personally, no trip would be complete without a visit to Grimaldi’s pizzeria in Brooklyn. To drink?? Uhmm…well…anywhere with alcohol works for me! I asked five of my … Continue reading Bite Of The Big Apple
If you want to escape the madness of the city then look no further than Coney Island and find madness of a different kind! I first heard about this Brooklyn neighbourhood many years ago whilst staying up late and watching the cult classic film, The Warriors (1979). Although i probably shouldn’t have been watching (as it was way past my bedtime) it was to … Continue reading The weird and the wonderful – Visit if you dare!
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The Colour of New York City Here is a collection of photos i have taken at 5 Pointz in Long Island City in the borough of Queens. Street artists from all over the world once flocked to this disused warehouse and it became known as New York’s graffiti Mecca. They say nothing lasts forever and unfortunately this was to be so for 5 Pointz. In 2014 it was white … Continue reading Spray the Streets