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It appears I only thought to take one photo on Day 1. I never intended to make a blog about New York, and I probably won't write a lot (particularly given I am doing this over a year later), but I'd like to put my photos into one place in a way that makes sense. So here they will all be with captions where possible.
Tuesday..the most exciting day!!!!I went to the pop up Central Perk store, in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the show!! I was so frigging excited to go here because ahh hello friends like my all time favourite TV show ever created in the history of all time!! The line up was only about 20 minutes but I would of waited all day. Once I I got …
Im back in New York, have been since Saturday evening. I am slowly running out of things to do though seeing as I done most of the touristy stuff the first week I was here so now I'm just exploring further and seeing what I missed last time.The weather is a lot cooler than last time I was here which is quiet nice seeing as spray tans are actually …
... but beautiful sunshine so it's a pleasure to be outdoors. We walked across the famous Brooklyn Bridge to Manhattan. The views were great. We could spot the Statue of Liberty! Walking around NYC is amazing. Busy, hustle bustle and culturally diverse. After some shopping and walking around we caught the subway back to our hotel for a good nights sleep. Driving out on Long Island tomorrow towards ...
... my photo. They conferred so long I was starting to get worried about what was being hatched. It turns out he really wanted Andrew to capture the expression on my face when the squirrel took the nut. In the photo, I think he is more delighted than I am. He made sure I didn’t hold on to the nut for too long, telling me the squirrel could bite through bone. The squirrels looked like gliders holding onto to the ...