I'm not finding the time to take decent pictures, and show you all my mostly overlapping works-in-progress! So I'll try to make up to you with this iconic picture of the Empire State Building - please note the other skyscraper in the background launching the bat-signal.
This was my second time in the US. Why New York?
"...you wanted to make your friends envious!" you'll say.
"..Nooo, it's not just that!" I'd reply with the evil smile.
Basically I wanted to see it for myself - see how the world's bellybutton looks. And maybe I also needed to stay for once in a noisy place, enough to shut up the mumbling mind. To stop the dreams. Well, one week in New York worked better than a year in India, for me!
"and hot dogs are good! At least the one I ate. A little inconsistent, but still, very good! Incredible, truly incredible. Seven days are enough though."
Notably, I forgot the camera at home, but...who cares. People were asking me for directions all the time, so I felt blend-in - especially because I knew what to tell them. Thinking about it, since I normally get lost in a glass of water, that was probably the most shocking experience for me: the grid.
I'd like to write forever, but I need to sleep now! I don't know how jet lag works, but these nights I'm falling apart around 10.00 pm!
"...I think I ended up on Beijing's local time - Is that even possible?"