The first thing that people visualise when they hear of New York City is a massive apartment as seen on Friends; looking out to the Empire State building and taking morning walks in Central park. Unfortunately, thats not the reality for most that live in NY. One thing I love about this city is that each borough/neighbourhood has its own unique charm that you grow to fall in love with.
Hey friends, Its been awhile.
I'm traveling again which means the blog is back up and running. stay tuned
Arrived in Boston early yesterday on the eve of winter storm Juno that was going to sweep through the east coast. For the most part of today I couldn't leave my Air BnB apartment since both front and back doors were snowed shut, luckily some friendly neighbours came to the rescue and shovelled that shit clean. So for the most part of the day I just enjoyed watching people out my room window struggling to uncover their cars and shovel snow on top of more snow.
Before the Blizzard
Walking the Brooklyn bridge will never get old.
If there's one thing I love about New York it would be the amount of talent you run into while taking the subway. These two kids jump on my train the other day as I was heading into Manhattan and with amazing confidence these two just kill their performance. With a little bit of digging I find 13 year old Tj and his brother Mayson from the Bronx, its awesome to see kids this young with so much ambitious and motivated to create great music. Check out this little documentary about him and his brother http://bit.ly/1zmlzx1
Central de Abasto is the Largest wholesale market in Latin America. Although we didn't cover the entire 328 hectares, we sure got a taste of the diversity that this market has to offer.
A few weeks back I had an amazing opportunity to adventure through Mexico, shooting through its beautiful cities and eating the most amazing food. Watch this space.
Atlantic Antic festival is one of the largest street fairs in New York city, it also marks the last day of summer in the city.
Going back through the archives and found some gems from my trip to India in 2011.