New York: Day 6

Waking up on our second last day of being in the most incredible city in the world (in my opinion) was bitter sweet. I wanted this day to last as long as it possibly could. The ‘New York glow‘ really is a thing and I didn’t want it to fade as soon as I touched down in the UK early Monday morning. After moving all of our Saturday plans to the previous day due to…

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New York: Day 5

With 3 days left of the trip, I was starting to realise that my time in New York was going to be short-lived. Asides from wishing for warm weather, If I could have wished for anything else at that moment then it would have been for a time machine to slow down time, as things were going in far too quickly and I didn’t like it one bit. By this point, I was familiar with…

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New York: Day 4

After a while of delicious on the go breakfasts, you can’t help but long for a decent sit down breakfast that allows you to sit back for an hour and TRULY enjoy some good food. City breaks can involve a lot of walking, less sleep than usual and a lot of outdoor activities, depending on where you are, so it’s important that you do allow your body some down time too or else you will…

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New York: Day 3

Another day of waking up in New York brings the exact same excitement as the very first day. There’s so much life in this city that a fresh day in it always feels like the beginning of a new adventure, and that’s because it kind of is, with so much more to do and see. Like any other day in the big city, a substantial breakfast is important to start off a busy day, given…

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New York: Day 2

It’s no wonder that New York is known as ‘the city that never sleeps‘ because it never actually does sleep, things are always moving and there’s always that same continuous pace regardless of what time of day it is. I myself live in a city so in a way I’m used to city life, however, nothing quite prepares you for life in a city like this. With the constant noise of traffic and sirens all…

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