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Central Park, New York City, NY, USA

Central Park In Black and White

Strolling through Central Park in New York City during the summer months is an experience unlike any other. As I step into this oasis nestled amidst the towering skyscrapers and bustling streets, I feel a sense of calm wash over me, a respite from the city’s frenetic energy. Central Park isn’t just a place; it’s a sanctuary where nature and urban...

St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

St. Louis Cathedral, New Orleans

As I stepped into the hallowed halls of St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, I was instantly transported through time, immersed in a rich tapestry of history that seemed to whisper secrets of the past. The cathedral, with its grandeur and solemn beauty, stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of faith and resilience that has defined the city for centuries. St...

Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco

Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco

As I step onto the vibrant streets of Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco, I am immediately enveloped in the rich tapestry of history that permeates every corner of this iconic neighbourhood. With each step, I feel as though I am walking through a living museum, where the echoes of the past mingle with the vibrant energy of the present. Haight-Ashbury in San Francisco...

Mardi Gras in New Orleans, USA

Mardi Gras in New Orleans, USA

If you are looking for a party which runs 24 hours a day this is the place to be… Mardi Gras is an iconic celebration that is recognized globally for its colourful and flamboyant festivities. It is a carnival event that takes place before the start of Lent, and it is celebrated in various countries and cities across the world. In the United States, New Orleans...

Summer in Provincetown, Massachusetts

Summer in Provincetown, Massachusetts

It’s the middle of summer, so let’s look at one of my favourite places: Provincetown, Massachusetts, in the United States. Located at the northern tip of Cape Cod in the state of Massachusetts, P-town, as it’s known to most, is a longtime haven for artists, lesbians and gay men. Numerous galleries plus restaurants, nightclubs, cabarets and specialty...

Inside the Oculus, New York's Train Station

Inside the Oculus, New York’s Train Station

The Interior of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, which opened to the public in 2016, is spectacular, but that’s given since the glass-and-steel structure was designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. I had seen the outside of the building a few times when I was in New York City when it was still under construction. It was a pleasure to step...

Going Wide in Joshua Tree National Park, USA

Going Wide in Joshua Tree National Park, USA

Located just a short drive from Palm Springs, California, is Joshua Tree National Park. It’s a beautiful and very unique place. I visited it while I was spending some time in Palm Springs, California. It’s characterized by rugged rock formations and stark desert landscapes. Named for the region’s twisted, bristled Joshua trees (as seen in the...

North Shore of Oahu Island

North Shore of Oahu Island

The island has a lot to offer, from the busy streets of Waikiki with its shops and restaurants tropical forests and stunning beaches. I did a day trip to The North Shore of Oahu which encompasses the 17-mile north-facing coastal area between Ka’ena Point in the west and eastward to Kahuku Point. Surfboard on the beach After renting a car I drove across the island to...