Neighborhood hopping in Tokyo. Some world famous architexture via the Aoyama’s Prada store to some of Shibuya.
A stroll through Aoyama’s night.
The posh area of the city is swanky yet unpretentious.
Businessman flock from the subway station to their eatery of their choice after a workday that assuredly had been too much. And knowing how the Japanese work, it has been.
Young Tokyoites shoot through the streets heavily sedated with ambition towards a night full of potential.
A simple mother out for a stroll with her children and her family dog, just soaking up a casual evening on the block.
So many different worlds all intertwined, seamlessly supporting each others yet unbeknownst at the same time.
Just a Wednesday in the neighborhood.
Tokyo, everything that you are, it’s good enough for me.
Istanbul. Truly one of the greatest cities in the world.
Euro 2012 from Kiev. England v. Sweden. 3-2 finish. Amazing atmosphere in the Olympic Stadium.
The capital city is a masterpiece. Fan Zone = 90k of soccer madness!
Germany, show me the money!
Day 1 - Euro 2012, in L’viv.
Game(s) on. L’viv ready for its own part. Euro 2012 is live!
Euro 2012 begins next Friday. Lviv for Germany/Portugal and Kiev for England/Sweden.
Should be two great matches. Can’t wait to check out the Fan Zones.
But it’s also beginning to become clearer: travel has a bit of competition on its hand for my time and energy…