What an unbelievable city this has been!!! We’ve spent 6 days in the Big Apple and it has been the most incredible and exhilarating 6 days so far. I have no words to describe how I feel about this city but I’ll do my best to give you a glimpse of what it feels like to be in New York. And if you haven’t been there yet book your tickets right now!
This morning we were travelling to New York. The dream city, the concrete jungle where dreams are made. My dream to see the city. We are driving through Upper Manhattan, Harlem and you can see the Manhattan skyline in the distance… My dream is coming through! I have checked in at New York today!
It is also 15th anniversary of 9/11 tragedy. Our hearts go out to the families that lost their loved ones.
Boston was founded in 1630 by Puritan settlers from England. It is one of the oldest cities in America and it is a place where America’s first US chocolate factory was created, first public park and public school were established (in 1635) and Harvard the first American university has been formed (in 1636). Boston is Massachusetts’ capital and New England largest city. It’s known for its Colonial past, it’s role in the American Revolution, Atlantic coastline, changing autumn foliage and forested mountains.
We found the city to be incredibly relaxing and laid back. It’s true what some people say that Boston feels much more like a big town than a buzzing city. Beautiful parks, lovely university yards, stunning alleys and townhouses, hidden gems and lovely people. We had 3 full days to see this, click more to see our photo-story of Boston. Read More
I can not believe we are in the United States! Our next adventure has finally begun! How lucky are we!?! I love travelling and I love this part of the trip especially. The part when you have just entered ‘the world of NEW’. You’ve stepped out of your comfort zone, it’s a bit scary but it’s also space where the magic happens.
You get to see everything with new eyes. Everything is fresh, new and exciting. First American house, first American fire hydrant, first American trucks, first American flag, second flag…
This time a very different post. Not a light one but an important one. We have to stop this! Why being different is such a problem!? We have to be kind and respectful to one another! Schools have to do more. We all have to do more! We have to stand up to bullies, we have to stop it and we have to teach our kids empathy not hate!
Please visit The Bully Project.