A view from Hoboken New Jersey into New York
Some people swear by the places they live. Where they grew up, where they've spent their lives. I've been to many cities and experienced many different cultures here in America. To me, there seems to be a pattern in the way people interact with each other. That if the population density is thicker, people tend to be more welcoming or friendly (depending on the context of the area, but I'm speaking in more possible innaccurate generalities). This is what I loved about New York. The people.
A few months ago, I flew to NYC to see my cousin get married. I grew up with him and I was able to spend a decent amount of time with my cousins while I was there. The day after the wedding, Kristine, took me into the glorious city and it was a thrilling experience. I wasn't able to take many photos because of the snow and the constant worry that my camera is bound to break soon. These are some of the photos I took on that trip.
Speaking of which, it snowed in NY while I was there.
The snow was cold. I had this great idea of lining my shoes with a plastic bag to prevent water from seeping in... it eventually did but I was so enthralled to be in snowfall that I forgot that it was cold at times.
We rode the NYC subway system.
We went to a Moraccan restautant. It was great.
That was Bryan
We took the subway back then walked again through the snow. Wet shoes and pants.
I had so much fun with my cousins. Thanks Bryan and Kristine for taking me out to see part of the city. Come to California!