Storytime 2.0 – An Open Letter to NYC

Storytime 2.0 – An Open Letter to NYC

Storytime 2.0 – An Open Letter to NYC From the bustling streets of Chinatown to the neon-lit promenades of Manhattan after dark, my trip to New York City was a whirlwind adventure that surpassed all my expectations. With every step I took, the city revealed its vibrant soul and left an indelible mark on my heart. Join me as we wander through the bustling streets, uncovering the secrets of this dynamic city. From the towering skyscrapers that define the iconic skyline to the charming corners of hidden oases, we’ll traverse the vibrant neighborhoods, absorbing the energy that makes New York City truly unique. Table of Contents Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Purchasing via provided links/banners comes at no additional cost…

Always Explore Random Neighbourhoods  
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Always Explore Random Neighbourhoods  

Always Explore Random Neighbourhoods Looking back on the previous trips I always loved to explore random neighbourhoods. It’s always interesting to see how the other side of a city lives and works. For me, it is important to find a balance between exploring tourist attractions and local neighborhoods during my travels. While it may be tempting for us to stay within the boundaries of tourist spots, I always recommend exploring random neighborhoods. Then comes the question. Why on the earth someone would always explore random neighborhoods? When you decide to travel outside the tourist zone, you can see life from the perspective of the local population rather than staying within the tourist spots. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of exploring random…

Whatcha Doin’?

Whatcha Doin’?

With the end of November in sight, I thought it was time to introduce a new blog topic: Whatcha Doin’?. It will probably be a bi-weekly topic (depending on my schedule), where I’ll share what I’ve been doing. In this week’s Whatcha Doin? we’ll look at: …. and much more I’m going to share what I’ve been up to lately. Affiliate Disclosure: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Purchasing via provided links/banners comes at no additional cost to you. Analog Dayz only recommends products and/or services that are insightful and helpful to readers. For more info please read here Affiliate Disclaimer WYD Now? Recent events have motivated me to return to writing as the end of the year approaches. Currently, I’m aiming for 5-10…

I’m back

I’m back

Lately have been thinking about how I usually put so many goals in a year that becomes impossible to accomplish (eg. “A” this blog). It’s no secret that I’m a person who has a lot of hobbies but every other hobby that is a lower priority would be put on the side. This is what happened with this blog. Since the end of February, I haven’t done any posts. Where the Hell Have You Been March – April It would be hard now to type what happened in the last 8 months but we will touch on a few things. While reading my notes from March I can see that I was sticking to my goals. Cycling every day, eating healthy, doing some photography, playing…

Can anyone go bikepacking?
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Can anyone go bikepacking?

Can anyone Go Bikepacking? After a long bike ride today, I thought of past bike trips. It reminded me of that summer when I finally went on a “real” two-day bikepacking trip. There has always been a question in my mind about whether most people can go on bikepacking trips without expensive equipment, too much planning, or too much cycling experience. Most people have the misconception around bikepacking that requires a small fortune to fully enjoy the experience. Eight years ago, my friend and I trained one week before the trip. We did not have fancy gear and bikes, and we still did what we thought was impossible. It’s no secret that cycling is one of the main topics on this blog. I was excited to…