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Travel Blogs from Brooklyn
... in Rhode Island for saving my life from the death bridge. From Matt and the Canadian bushwhackers to Shambrait and Dustin and John and Fabian and Annick, for your companionship. From the motorhome owner who gave me water to the pastor who gave me water and popcorn. To ANYONE who gave their lawn, shower, food, bed, advice, time, friendship, connections, and alcohol. Thank you. 4088 miles, mission accomplished, more pictures to come.
Port Jefferson NY > Brooklyn NY, 56 miles, day ...
... art shown, especially the abstract stuff. For example, there was one exhibition which I was like "what is that?" as it was just clear plastic garbage bags hanging from the ceiling full of used soda and beer cans. Unfortunately I couldn't take a photo, but who seriously buys that (I did find a picture online which I've added)
For dinner, I met up with one of my clients/friend from Hong Kong who was attending the Daiwa ...
... many things as possible but will definitely have to go a few more times! Sunday afternoon I took my little granny trolley bag all the way to Chinatown to buy ingredients for Thai-style chicken sausage rolls I was making and also for PHO! Yes, we have given up the hunt for good pho and I’ll try and make some instead…
The following week I printed one day and painted for the rest. We had a few friends come over on Saturday night ...
... ESTA, was permitted to fly over and the show could go on, eventhough I was completely stressed out. The flight was OK in general, but my intestines weren’t and in the end it got really humid, what wasn’t very comfortable. When arrived in NYC I really got excited. I Like its hugeness, its pace of life and its beauty. Unfortunately, I felt horrible the first couple of ...
After that we went and got some pizza, followed by beer at the local pub "Canterbury Ales" (ha! I get it!). I ate too much pizza and felt sick for the third time in one day (fourth if you count the Cookie Dough pop tarts I bought/ate for my American cultural enrichment).
Sunday we visited Brooklyn as some people are semi-interested in living there (despite the 2 hour one-way daily commute). We went to a good burger joint ...
Other places to stay in Brooklyn
249 Varet Street, Brooklyn | 2 star hostelfrom $106
99 Meserole Avenue, Brooklyn | 1 star hostelfrom $63
570 Jamaica Avenue, Brooklyn | Hostelfrom $67
179 Moore Street, Brooklyn | Hostel$120 average
538 East 86th Street #3, Brooklyn | Hostelfrom $49