2020: 33 Years of Travel

A view of Manhattan

Wow, 33 years of travel! A couple of days ago, my parents and I celebrated (we’ve been quarantined together since March) my birthday in the city.

And we visited my favorite park: Fort Tryon Park, which also houses the Cloisters. It’s a medieval-like structure with medieval art inside, such as the famous Unicorn Tapestry. And the park has a nice panoramic view of nature and the Hudson River. It is generally less populated than Central Park and I’ve always felt a sort of zen to the place.

View of the Hudson River from Fort Tryon Park

Anyway, I can’t believe I’ve made it this far! It’s an incredible blessing from God.

All in all, I’m really thankful to have traveled almost ever year, whether it was with family and friends or just by myself.

Cheers to many more years of travel! Thank you guys for the support, too!^^

Don’t worry no one was less than 2 meters / 6 feet near me when I took this shot. 😉 This is at the Cloisters.

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