A sunny Sunday in the Big Apple makes us come out and play.
In my head, New York weather = COLD & snowy. But that’s probably because I’ve never been in the city during the spring. And let me tell ya, today was the opposite of the New York weather I was used to.
Even though I wished that I could spend Mother’s Day with my mom, it made me warm and fuzzy to see mothers in New York spend time with their children. And, to watch children happy
On our day 3 adventure, Buddio and I continued to tour the city with our cameras around our necks. Geographically, I slowly started to get the hang of figuring out where I am on a map. Buddio taught me a valuable lesson about the streets of New York today: all avenues run vertically and all streets are horizontal. Yes, I JUST figured this out and it’s a mind-blowing realization so please don’t make fun of me
Realization or not, I still found every corner of the city a photo opp. I guess that still makes me an Asian tourist But can you blame me, check out this awesome view!
And one can’t be in New York City without seeing the city’s iconic location!
That evening I met Buddio’s in-laws and celebrated Mother’s Day with about 10 Koreans in New Jersey. Look at that, I even left the state while I was in the East Coast! It’s amazing how… less exciting… the other side of the Hudson River can be. No wonder everybody migrates over to the city despite the more expensive rent… But I’m sure that New Jersey has a lot to offer, just like how I’m starting to see New York’s hidden gems. But I’ll save that for another trip