The last day went by quickly. First, we went to Columbia University. It has an alright campus but a nice bookstore. We weren’t there for long so I can’t say much. We went to Chinatown again and we had pretty good ice cream. I never Dan Tat could become an ice cream flavor. Well, it really wasn’t Dan Tat flavor because it was really just the yellow stuff or the tart, none of the flaky shell. So I wouldn’t say it was Dan Tat flavor because the mix between the tart and shell makes its own unique tasty flavor. Anyways, it was still good overall.
Everything else was a blur of tourism, but the thing I remember was the ferry ride which gave me some amazing B-roll (background roll for the film newbies out there). It was amazing how the sun reflected off the water. The way the city had both shadows and reflection. New York looks more amazing from afar than up close for me in my opinion. We went to NYU after and went to the inner park of it. The atmosphere was all good feels. It felt like it came from a movie. People laying in the grass. A street performer playing the saxophone. Skateboarder doing tricks. My favorite part was this area where people was teaching other people how to juggle and do other carnival tricks. I tried to learn to juggle, but couldn’t surmount to anything sadly. This finally concludes our day and our NYC portion of the trip. I liked some part of NYC, but I really do believe the big city isn't the place for me. I really do love that California laziness feel.