Ever since I started blogging, it has been a goal of mine to explore New York City as much as physically possible. When I started I didn’t know many other bloggers in my area except for the ones I’ve met through photography and writing classes. It was a great surprise to see how many other New York bloggers there were.… Read more →
In New York, there are lots of options to get around. Of course, there are taxis, buses, subway lines, bicycles, and ferries. Yes ferries, they aren’t the most popular, but they are one of the most scenic ways to get around. And this month, the city of New York added another ferry service called NYC Ferry. NYC Ferry isn’t the most famous ferry… Read more →
Do you Hanami? I love to Hanami! What is Hanami? Ok, good question! Hanami is the art of flower viewing and in this instance, cherry blossom viewing in Japan that has been done for over a thousand years. In Japan and now all over the world the festival called Sakura Matsuri, viewing the cherry blossoms flower, Japanese people gather under the… Read more →
Recently, I was able to visit one of my favorite Indian restaurants, Saravanaa Bhavan in the Murray Hill neighborhood of Manhattan. There are so many Indian restaurants in this neighborhood that it is nicknamed, Curry Hill. On a weekday, I met a friend for lunch at Saravanaa Bhavan. In this neighborhood, most of the restaurants close for a couple of hours in… Read more →
I’m on another adventure on the weekend and this one takes me to Misoya Ramen in the East Village. I love ramen in case you weren’t aware. Soup overall does it for me 99% of the time. I eat soup when I’m sick, cold, hungry, basically any time there’s some available. My niece, who was with me, also knows this because… Read more →
Last Tuesday, I made my way to Times Square in Manhattan. If you haven’t been before, Times Square is the most stimulating place in the Manhattan with the lights, the noise, and the crowds. So, I don’t visit Times Square often, but I found myself there on a very cold afternoon, wanting to stop warm up and get a bite to… Read more →
Last week, I was fortunate enough to win tickets from a music website, SoulBounce for a performance to see King on the date of their album release at Le Poisson Rouge. I definitely felt like VIP because I was put on the guest list with a plus one. And my friend Karina was my date.
Le Poisson Rouge is one of many known music venues in Greenwich Village. When we arrived the place was Read more →