An overview of where I had brunch, lunch and dinner while my stay in New York plus extra tips from a friend of mine who lived there for 6 month.
As my first solo trip to Sri Lanka is coming closer and closer I thought about giving you an update on how my preparations are going. Note: today, Tuesday 24th of November is not only 1 month until christmas (which I am spending alone without my family for the first time!) but also exactly 4 weeks to go to my first solo adventure of 3 weeks in Sri Lanka. In this blog entry you will find my status of planning and already some must sees I found 😉
As I almost got lost in the metro at the beginning I would like to give you a short overview of how you easily find your way through the New Yorker underground and get wherever you want – especially when it is your first time in New York.
New York, New York – a city so nice, they named it twice. And there is even more to see and to do than you can ever imagine. Never could I imagine how big this city really is, until I went there for a 10 days trip. And of course I wanted to do it all, but there are several reasons, why this is simply not possible.
Must read – by book-bucketlist – feel free to add tell me YOUR favorites in the comments – as a person who reads a lot I am always happy for any tips 🙂
As I have been out of town for 6 weeks and knew that I would be traveling another 10 days after only 4 days at Vienna, I decided to save some money and allowed someone to take over my flat for two month. As some of you might know, after traveling a lot and not being at home, you just need a place where you feel comfortable. And I had not had that for a long time.
Every time I start a trip I used to write down my mother the dates of where I am approximately at what time. Now things seem so much easier, having Wifi all over the world makes me wanna use snapchat all the time and tell my friends and family where I am and what I do. But I also like telling long stories when coming home after a travel. Showing selected pictures, having my loved ones close to me. Chatting over a glass of wine or hot chocolate, reflecting what