Cëe the World: New York

5 days in NYC was not enough, and I can't wait to be back again in August!

After 14 hours, we finally landed in NYC however, I was feeling poorly in the final few hours of the flight. I was so irritated because I didn't want to start my vacation feeling sick. Anyway, we rented a room via Airbnb in the Lower East Side and the location is perfect! We were within walking distance from many (good) cafes, which means we didn't have to always take the subway just for breakfast. Public Transportation isn't exactly the cheapest here, so I would definitely recommend walking if possible. This city is a food haven, I would like to have breakfast at Egg Shop again. I have to say though, I am surprised that there aren't many food photos considering the amount of cafes we visited. 

Brooklyn is honestly one of the most beautiful places I've ever seen. The houses in Brooklyn are just so cute (you'll see some of it in my vlog)! Did you know that there's a building in Brooklyn that is just a facade? We spent the afternoon exploring and sat by the water to watch the sunset - again, so magical!

My Fur Kids: II

As a very bored owner of 2 guinea pigs, I decided to let them experience what I do on a regular basis. I had the ingenious idea (just kidding) of putting the two of them in a basket, fill it up with hay and just see how it goes. I had no intention of doing a proper shoot, just a casual/candid one. While they were very uncooperative most times (you'll see why later), they were certainly the cutest things I've shot. In case you haven't met them yet, feel free to read this post, where I gave a little introduction!

Halfway through, Dale decided that it was the best time to lay down and rest. Who could blame him? Being cute (ahh yes, I'm one of those annoying pet owners that can't stop singing praises) is a tough job!