NYC part 1

I wasn’t quite sure what to expect as I limped through customs at Newark Airport with my Argentine crew (boyfriend + family).

It’s been 18 months since I left the big apple for a new life in Buenos Aires.  Yes, A LOT has changed.  I have changed.

As far as I can tell I’m the same skinny girl (woman?  young lady?) with a big appetite and Moleskines full of To-Do lists.

And although I am comfortable with WHO I AM, for the first time my current world will be meeting my old world.  That, my friends, is nerve-wracking.

I’m thrilled to admit that it was the BEST 10 days an ex-New Yorker could ask for….

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The first week was LOTS of shopping, eating, iced coffees, museums, all hand in hand with the boy and my besties.

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We were welcomed to sunny Spring –  warm weather, tulips, and CHERRY BLOSSOMS.

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Many pork buns and steaming bowls of ramen with big sister and friends at Ippudo.

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El novio reacting to a NYC bagel, “So it’s pretty much really thick bread?”  Me shaking my head….

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Mexican and Cuban flavors dominated my palate in between greasy cheeseburgers and sushi.

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My favorite $2.50 falafel sandwich in the city, courtesy of Mamoun’s.

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Street food hasn’t tasted sweeter….

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Check out NYC part 2!

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    • says

      Thanks and best of luck in NYC! It really is magical. :D Make sure to check out the catfish sandwich from Num Pang near Union Square and the ramen from Ippudo!

      ALSO! I will be in your neck of the woods in a couple of weeks searching for the best fish & chips…!

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