Chicago, Las Vegas, Long Beach, Ensenada, Tokyo, Seoul, LA, Miami.
Karaoke in Hongdae
Fried Chicken Delivery in Seoul
Compton Station on the LA Metro
Rooflife in Playas de Rosarito, Mexico
Fail Mirror in Colorado
This TV Dinner was good
But the actual restaurant was way better
TV Dinner Restaurant
Strange Fruit is my favorite
Cosmos is pretty sweet too
How to spend $20 on a photobooth in Long Beach
Two trackbike boutiques in two blocks in Hongdae
Taco truck in Seoul
Moroccan sandwiches after a party in Seoul, shortly before a 5:00 am cab ride to Incheon Airport.
Five bikes on a rack for three on the way to Mexico
Look at all these Lenos. Burbank, CA.
Jerome getting political
Cause he’s got the money to be political
Long Beach airport is my favorite
How to drive from Chicago to Miami in under 20 hours
Juan’s fridge in Miami
Yesterday I bought the hipstamatic app for my phone, which is pretty amusing. These next few are from that.
Sir Juan’s Villa
Driving back into Miami from the beach
I’ll be in Miami until Friday, then headed to New York for a while. More soon.
Excuse the pun. Here are photos from my last few days in Seoul.
Instead of staying in Tokyo I came back to handle a few things in Chicago. I got back to LA on Sunday and Chicago last night. Disposable and iPhone photos coming soon.
The weather has been pretty terrible this week. Rainy, cold, and windy Monday through Wednesday. However today was pretty nice and the weekend is supposed to be great. Tomorrow afternoon I’m interviewing for a job that would begin in August. I think I’d be happy to live here for a while…
Here’s some pictures from the past few days.
Earlier this evening Jerome bought a sweet Korean track frame from one the two fixed gear shops that exist within two hundred meters of each other. I bought a pastor taco from the taco shop that lives between the two bike stores. It’s worth noting that it was both more authentic and more delicious than any taco I’ve ever had in New York.
Last night was fun, which accounts for our not leaving the apartment until 3:00 this afternoon. Today we took the subway to Dongmyo to a flea market that puts the LA swapmeets to shame. Afterwards we wandered around Sinchon and the university on the way back to the apartment.
Nighttime in this city gets the full stamp of approval. I haven’t seen so many people on the streets at 5 AM since Buenos Aires. Headed out to a party in Hongdae now. More soon.
I got to Seoul about 24 hours ago. Super jetlagged, but we went out for a bit last night and I wandered the city for a while today between work and naps. Going out to a party now, but here’s some random snaps from the flight and the first day here.
Limousine to Jerome’s
This is how the seafood stays fresh
Near Sinchon Rotary I think
Seoul is built in and around the mountains