North America

Silicon Valley – San Francisco, California

San Francisco's largest industry is tourism however it is most famous for its array of start-up tech companies which changed the world as we know it. They have revolutionalized and disrupted industries such as Airbnb changed the concept of how we look at accommodation, Facebook in how we communicate with each other, and Netflix changed… Continue reading Silicon Valley – San Francisco, California

North America, Travel Tips

Travel Tips for New York

First of all, New York is HUGE!! With five boroughs (Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Harlem, and Brooklyn) you need time to see everything. And you need to visit all boroughs to get a real feel of New York, as nice as it is don't just stay in Manhattan. I would recommend 3-5 days at the very… Continue reading Travel Tips for New York

Hip Hop, North America

New York: Scrap Yard – ‘Letters from Here’ Exhibition by Born

I went to check out the very intimate space - Scrap Yard New York’s longest standing graffiti supplies store at over 26 years old. A great atmosphere with friendly people chillin' and having a good tme. Lucky enough to catch the 'Letters from Here' exhibition by Born, owner, and founder of 'EART NYC' - you can… Continue reading New York: Scrap Yard – ‘Letters from Here’ Exhibition by Born

North America

New York: Brooklyn

- 'Welcome to Brooklyn. How Sweet is it!' A sign welcoming you to Brooklyn as you enter by road! Brooklyn Bridge at Night Brooklyn Bridge at night is one of my favorite spots in New York. A really beautiful walk at night with the stunning skyline in the backdrop. It's 1.3 miles which can take… Continue reading New York: Brooklyn

North America

New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

Spyscape Museum A whole museum dedicated to espionage, I was super excited. Upon entry, I was given a chip with my personal details in bracket form so I could partake in activities throughout the museum to build my own spy profile. Measuring my level of risk and problem-solving abilities. I was impressed by the amount… Continue reading New York: Spyscape Museum, Bowery Poetry Open Mic Night, NYC Public Library, MoMA, Fashion Week and Central Park

North America

New York: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Swing 46, United Nations and Sweet Chick

I first saw the Manhattan skyline as we drove in and I looked out of my window to the right I saw lady Liberty herself. My driver playing 80’s disco funk, with a cracked wing mirror, as we started driving there was immediate road rage as he got out the car to argue with another… Continue reading New York: Times Square, Rockefeller Center, Swing 46, United Nations and Sweet Chick