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The Audrey Hepburn Mural in Little Italy, New York

The Audrey Hepburn Mural in Little Italy

The  mural in Little Italy, New York is something that you won’t pass without pausing or stopping by to admire it’s bold play of colours that attracts pedestrians to take a picture or two. The close-up mural of the famed actress gazes up Mulberry Street like she’s up to something. See it across the street […]

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The Murals in Mission District, San Francisco, California

The Murals in Mission District

The murals in Mission District in San Francisco are one of the things you shouldn’t miss to explore when you’re visiting the city. These murals are larger than life and many of them are labors of love from the artist to the community. Their subjects are mixed–politics, religion, heroism, teenage angst, life as immigrants and […]

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My First Banksy

My First Banksy

I’ve never seen a Banksy graffiti before. Not even in New York where I went there three times. So, when someone pointed at this at me in San Francisco, I blurted, “There you go. My first Banksy!”  Save a lot of money by buying a City Pass to see major attractions in San Francisco! So […]

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The Mural That Pricks Your Conscience

The Mural That Pricks Your Conscience

This is the mural that pricks your conscience. It makes you feel guilty—and contemplate on how often you practise honesty in your daily life. Darn, even the most religious of us live like honesty is a dead word. I found this mural about honesty in the island of Bohol in the Philippines. Now, if this […]

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Chicago – Pilsen Graffiti

I was told not to go there—in –to check out the graffiti. I always have this fascination about graffiti. “It’s a dangerous area,” said the receptionist at my hostel. “Even during the day?”, I asked. She shrugged off her shoulder, tilted her head and eyes opened wide, “Yeah.” I didn’t believe her. I went there anyway. […]

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Things To Do in Toronto for Budget Travellers

Toronto is a fantastic city to visit for families and for budget travellers alike. It might seem that the major attractions in Toronto are expensive and out of reach for those on a tight budget, but you can still enjoy this world class city. In fact, check out these attractions that are either free or […]

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Graffiti

To burn my excess, unwanted, ugly, ridiculous fats, I walked along Queen Street West from Dufferin to Yonge Street and back. I don’t how long is that but it’s about 14 subway stops–on a beautiful day last weekend.  Here are two of the graffitis (is this the plural? LOL…) that caught my attention.

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