I previously posted pictures of the sunset at the top of the Empire State Building, but there’s another building in New York that offers a spectacular view- The Rockerfeller Center. One of the attraction tickets in my CityPASS booklet was for the Top of the Rock Observatory, which offers spectacular, unobstructed views of New York [...]
Archive | January, 2012
Although I missed the official opening of the new Apple Store at Grand Central, I did make it along the following day. Apple’s latest retail store is not only one of its largest at 23,000 square feet, it also has the added WOW factor of being located inside one of New York’s most famous landmarks. [...]
Once upon a time I might have said a carriage ride was corny, touristy and overpriced. But the more I travel, the more I realize that being touristy can be really really fun. Who cares whether you look like a tourist- you are one! I really enjoyed taking a Gondola ride in Venice, and even though it [...]
Im true movie style I found myself rushing to the Empire State Building, except sadly I wasn’t rushing to meet my true love there like in Sleepless in Seattle or An Affair to Remember. Instead it was a race against time to get there before the sun went down over Manhattan. I had seen the [...]
Dylan, you were born in Hong Kong, went to boarding school in Scarborough and your parents moved to New Zealand…has that played a big part in nurturing your love of travel? When I first moved to Scarborough, it was loathing rather than affection that I had for travel. Between argument-infested family holidays and the lengthy [...]
In 2011 Lady Gaga topped Forbes’ Most Influential Celebrity list, and it seems she certainly rules the world these days…well, the pop world at least. And when a celebrity rises to megastar status, its only a matter of time before they move into other areas…like having a personalised line of products in a luxury New [...]
Who is this Pommie chick?
I'm a British girl from Manchester and I have been traveling solo since 2008. After graduating from university I decided there was more to life than the hours between 9 and 5, so I packed my journalism degree into my suitcase to travel the world and work remotely. I hope to inspire you to be your own boss, live life and travel the world.