Doan Chung-Hernandez

The blog about the life of Doan

Seriously, my tits aren’t this big in real life; I don’t know, perhaps it’s the angle of the camera or the two layer tank top but I really don’t think I’m this top heavy in real life. Just for the record I really wanted to make that clear. Anyhow, this the amazing view of New York you get when you get off the Light Rail.

And then from there you take the Path subway into the city.

If you go at the right time you’ll miss the crowds.

DKNY ad. New York is filled with ads, everywhere.

Wow, cops really ride on horses here. Words of Wisdom: if your running from the cops head straight into a department store. The horses aren’t allowed in there.

A new sky rise is in the works.

One thing I love about New York is that they have a lot of buildings that look historic.

I don’t know why, but my bladder has been out of control since we left Austin. And one thing I hate about New York is that there isn’t a whole lot of public restrooms. Luckily there’s the big, corporations that allow you to use their facilities free of charge and hassle-free. One of them being Whole Foods. See, big corporations aren’t all bad people. I really liked the design of this one so I had to take a photo to remember. Now if only they had free wifi, Ray and I would be here all the time.

One thing that I really like to do is to take photos of creative design that I randomly see for future inspiration. I think that’s pretty creative using a dry cleaning rack to display clothes.

Ray is so hot when he actually smiles.

We both really dig this building. There’s a cute little patio on the second floor to the left.

Ray likes this one. I think it looks cool but I’m not too crazy about small angles.

Shane-ers this one is for you. While living in Hawaii our friend Shane would make us get on our knees and bow to Mao every morning.

Sunset always gives you the best lighting for photos.

This was a cute little juice shop called Bagua, in Jersey. For some reason I have always been super impressed with small business and the execution of their design. Kudos for Buagua.

For all our help with the move Bea and Guav really wanted to take us out to a nice dinner. It wasn’t necessary, but hey I’m always down for free delicious food. Before dinner we had to make a few stops at a few department stores. Bea and Guav are in search of a new couch so we went to CB2. I think they like this one.

If Obama doesn’t win this election then I have not choice but to believe that the election is rigged and that there’s really no point in voting ever again. Until recently I have not met one single person for McCain and everywhere I go there’s Obama supporters, everywhere. Seriously, I still have yet to see a McCain bumper sticker. Hooray! Go Obama!

Bea wants this ottoman in her closet.

Bea and Guav at Red Bamboo, so far the best vegetarian restaurant I’ve been to.

Ray and I can’t wait to go back. Thanks for the delrishious food guys.

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