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London is one of my favourite places in the world. I think I can go there many times and I never will be tired of it! I always discover news places to visit, new shops, new pubs, new expositions, new things in the markets... For me, London is a new but very well known city everytime I visit it. It's a place to lose yourself, to enjoy every step you walk, to go with friends, with your partner, even alone... I love London!
Bangkok is a city of contrasts, from the modern area of Sukhumvit Road to the city's cultural heritage in Rattanakosin. I loved to explore this historic island with its famous temples in the morning. When the sun gets at its strongest, it's best to cool down in the urban area. Trying some local food street vendors or getting some air-conditioned malls and indoor attractions of Bangkok's scene.
San Francisco is a very cozy city. You can buy chowder soup in Fisherman’s Wharf, sitting beside the bay area and watching Alcatraz Island. Walking in Union Square and taking Cable Car. Passing through the small hills, there’s Golden Gate Bridge’s firework show on evening. Everything in here are wonderful and comfortable!
Sure, you *think* you know all there is to know about New York City, but I invite you to meet some oddities and curiosities you may not have pondered before. Plus, what embodies the core essence of the "creative and curious" more than inventions? Behold some interesting curiosities that just might boggle your mind… Enjoy!
Starting from Mumbai trains to buses to road, everything is crowded! No matter what time is it, you ll see this city always on it's toes. Trains will be filled, roads will be jammed. Irritated much? that's the outer picture. Come, step inside, and you shall see peace. After hectic day at work, you' ll find people sitting by the bay sipping cutting(Bombay Tea).
Bombay Tripping is totally worth it!
When I was little I wanted to marry Paris. This illustration is a homage to the profusion of its wild beauty : the most exquisite Japanese paper shops before a hot chocolate you pour over your finger and watch it set, and a table set in the frenetic bustle of the nostalgic time warping restaurants written around the edge of the piece. In Paris lives my imaginary superhero, Serge Padon, incognito in the corner; for years he has been the impertinent protagonist for the delicious scenes and people you see in the streets, the metro stations, the galleries and the bars perfumed with a little drop of poison. Each piece of paper is treasure collected in the numerous flea markets there - my favourite occupation, alongside tango dancing on the Seine banks under Notre Dame, and drawing old maps and illuminations in one of the gorgeous libraries peppered around the Marais. I moved 8 times in 3 years in Paris, always getting closer to the clouds, always faithful.