Old cities and new memories. ❤️😇
Every time we visit NY, we feel that there’s still so much to explore, and we try to fit everything into our little trip. 🤷🏻♂️
During my last trip, we had a full week to explore and it still seemed less. Everyday, we were out and about at 6 am and were back only by 10 pm.
Our hunger to explore has increased so much lately that our itineraries are becoming tighter and tighter. It makes us feel like we need another vacation to get over the fatigue of a vacation. 😂
Do you travel fast or take it slow and relax during your holiday? 😉🤗 ...
A woman on the subway told me she HAD to take our pic. I was so confused I just smiled (and figured she meant she wanted a pic of Adeline??). She gestured at me expecting me to pass her my phone. I was so confused, but she took this picture. Sometimes you just gotta believe in the good of human nature. I like to avoid human interaction at (most) costs, and I think that’s something I need to work on. Cynicism, anxiety, and terrible experiences aside (y’all know if you’ve seen/ heard my stories) strangers love approaching me when I have the dog. She’s the best, I don’t blame them. I’m making it one of my personal goals this month to appreciate how kind and compassionate New Yorkers can be (I know, I too used to think that was an oxymoron). #humansofny#subway#mta#6train#newyorker#kindness#positivevibes#diftt 🥂 #diftt 🍞 ...
At a pre-arranged signal of a violin playing, over 100 young people and adults, aged from 2 to 92 lay down under Dippy, the famous copy of a diplodocus skeleton which is currently touring the UK. The young people and adults lay still on the ground for 20 minutes as if they were dead in order to highlight the danger of extinction. Many held handwritten signs with the question “Are we next?” and some children had drawn pictures of their favourite at-risk animals.
The event was organised by the Wee Rebellion, a climate change protest group for young people in Glasgow associated with Extinction Rebellion. It followed a similar event organised by Extinction Rebellion in the Natural History Museum in London last week and is part of the International Mass Die-In and Celebration called for by Extinction Rebellion Berlin. ...