The final post in my New York Diaries. It truly was an incredible trip. I loved the time by myself and with Rebecca. I sort of needed it, a chance to reflect on everything in the last 2 years whilst experiencing a city that I saw over 12 years ago. The Flatiron So growing up
When on holiday, calories don't count. Especially when you are in a place with such incredible food, from street eats to 5* dining to all the cafes in between. Now let's eat! fresh&co A chain of grab-and go deli places throughout Manhattan. Great for everything from quinoa, to omelettes, to bagels and everything in between.
So, I'm back from New York, with a slightly heavier case after plenty of shopping, swollen ankles after walking around Manhattan lots, as in Central Park to Soho and back, running the park and taking well over 1000 photos between my phone and SLR camera. Splitting these blogs into 4 posts, fitness, cake, food, sightseeing.
Another slightly trashy, celeb autobiography that I am unashamedly going to admit that I enjoyed. Fredrik Eklund is a Swedish real-estate agent who just happens, to be tall, blonde, star of a reality tv-show and a top real-estate broker in New York. His book is rather honest, he admits to having an extravagant lifestyle and
Similar to the prequel, The Rosie Project, The Rosie Effect is a pleasant rom-com unsurprisingly about Rosie. I can't say I loved the book, it was perfect for a beach read, easy to read and Don continues to be a fascinating character with his quirks and routines, this time in New York as opposed