All my trips are unfinished.
Whatever I write about, all trips are not written to the end.
In addition to incompleteness, there is probably a big plus, too: even if we are not eating anywhere now, I have a lot of time ahead of the material in order to write whenever I want.
Moreover, every time I write about one thing, I already want to write about something else, hence the fragmentation and understatement. And we traveled, as a rule, the last 10 years, every six months. While I am writing about one trip, I am already in the next, and new experiences always crowd out old ones.
I decided to write at random, when I want to - then write.
Take, for example, Thailand. We were there about 15 times, and I wrote very little about him.
Or Vietnam, which I never laid out to the end.
Or the same Guilin in China.
What about America? We were there several times, twice went from there on cruises, and neither America nor the second cruise was added.
In general, I will be corrected.
And I will start with unfinished stories from the USA, now it’s not particularly and important which of the trips we are talking about.
What is the difference between articles written during travel and after returning from travel?
During - emotions go wild, and you write on the go, but under impressions, quickly, mainly, to show some kinds and share some vivid impressions.
When you write, after a while, after returning from a trip, emotions fade away, but there is time to analyze, with calm thoughts, everything has already happened, you already know what it was in, in what sequence, and the story turns out to be calm and thorough. :)))
From the first trip to America when we landed in New York in February 2016.
Let me remind you that on my first trip I did not like America at all. I did not like the snowy and cold New York, I had a terrible toothache for 2 weeks (when I returned home, I had to remove it), I did not like the food in New York.
I wrote a little about this first impression.
Then everyone told me that it was necessary to once again fly south, towards Miami. And that I will have completely different impressions. That North and South are different. Like the different north and south of China.
We did so, six months later we visited the South of America, and I fell in love with him from my first day, just as I once fell in love with China in Shenzhen from the first step to Chinese soil.
But, talking about the cold, unfriendly and strange for me then New York, I always said that I would like to come there again in the summer, in the warmth, and that the excursions in New York are interesting, and I am very impressed with them.
Today is about boating along Manhattan.
While in New York, we bought a tour with Gray Line. A 48-hour bus tour, you can ride for 2 days on 4 bus routes, get off at an interesting stop, take a walk and leave again. Very convenient to watch and listen about the city.
A pleasant surprise was that this tour, optionally, includes a boat trip along Manhattan and a visit to the Statue of Liberty. Photos from this walk can be seen below.
The walk is carried out on such boats, there are open and closed decks, in which case, you can hide from the weather or keep warm.
On the other side of the Hudson, the outskirts of Jersey are visible.
We depart from the pier.
Views of the city. This is Mild Town, in simple terms, the center of Manhattan.
A new tower built next to the Twins. Probably many people remember from movies this narrow street along which people run when the towers collapse.
The southern tip of the island, visible bridges in Brooklyn.
The most business part of New York.
Bridges to Brooklyn.
A little curve panorama. The boat rocked.
We go to the Statue of Liberty.
We admire the views of the island from a distance.
And here is the Statue of Liberty.
A bit bigger.
Upon arrival, free buses await you, which can be delivered to a convenient street or just to the metro station.
This tour of the bay along the island I recommend to everyone.