Corondo island, favorite beach in San Diego.
Hey there! I’m sorry for the bad updating, but geeez I’m having so much fun and there’s so much going on right now that I barley have time do all the stuff I want to do while I’m here. And then the blog is not really my priority now.
How ever, at the moment I’m back in SD, been to LA two times since we spoke last time, but let take the says in order.
Pictures above are from Matildes and my first day in San Diego. We woke up, the sun wasn’t really up, it was gloomy and we decided to go for a hike. We went to Lake Poway and Mt Woodson, which is one of my favorite spots for good hiking trails. We hiked to the Potato Chip Rock and along the road you get to see some incredible views.
If you have any recommendations for good hiking trails near San Diego, please let me know!
Pjuuuuuh…. Went online here and figured I haven’t been updating for quite a while. The days are just passing by so quickly, but I’ve been doing a lot of great stuff. Though, I’m gonna make a separate post for each thing.
But to start off, I left New York after 8 days in the city. It really is a great city but after spending a few days there I actually figured that’s not really what I look for. So New York is not gonna be a option in terms of a future home.
Instead I brought Matilde, who lives there and studies at NYU, to California. She had spring break and we spent a week together in San Diego and Los Angles.
After a weekend full of party and late nights we spent Sunday chilling around in Williamsburg, at the flea market and had pizza and bloody mary drinks at the Shelter.
I’m trying to always get something with me from every art exhibition I see, and this time those postcards followed me home. Thinking go making a collage and frame it.
Friday activity in New York - visiting Museum of Modern art
Le Pain Quotidien breakfast on Broadway.
One of my new favorites in New York: Burger Joint (http://www.burgerjointny.com)
Located inside of Le Parker Meridien, 119 West 56th Street.
It’s kind of tricky to find this place since the way in is hidden behind a big curtain in the hotel lobby, and then you’re passing trough a corridor with one little lighten burger (pic 1). But if you ask at the reception they’ll tell you. Definitely worth a visit if you’re in West Village craving a burger.
Every morning so far I’ve started with a walk or run around in Williamsburg. The amazing street art is to be found here and there and all the colors makes me smile.
Afternoon sun hours in Flatiron district. Very beautiful!
It’s early morning here now, not even seven. Managed to stay up til 11 pm last night though, so I think I will kill the jet lag pretty soon.
However, I arrived at Newark airport yesterday afternoon and took the train in to New York Penn station. I walked around for half an hour in Manhattan, enjoyed being back and had coffee with a stranger, before I took a taxi to Alex in Williamsburg.
I really like Williamsburg, kind of reminds me of Båstad (my home town) a little bit. Love that it’s so close to the water and the view of the Manhattan skyline is awesome.