7 Days in Boston

The T-station where I used to get off to go home in Dorchester:

The crossroads between Dorchester Ave and Lonsdale Street:

My first time doing laundry in a public laundromat in the States. The one where I went to is the Laundry Land (1684 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester, MA 02122).

Going for a walk to the waterfront:

Dorchester harbour walk:

Boston's Irish Famine Memorial at the corner of Washington and School Streets, near Downtown Crossing. The two sculptures commemorate the famine, known in Irish as AN GORTA MOR (THE GREAT HUNGER). The great famine which ravaged Ireland between 1845-50 was the major catastrophe of the 19th century. It brought horrific suffering and loss to Ireland's 8.5 million people. The sculptures depict the Irish exodus from their homeland, their arrival in Boston and ultimate triumph over adversity in America.

Richard B. "Rico" Modica Way - "Graffiti Alley" in Cambridge MA. An alley way is dedicated to graffiti and street art and is a constantly changing street gallery:

One of the two Anime Zakka shops in Boston in 297 Newbury St. The shop features My Neighbor Totoro collections, Totoro Plush toys and what not!

A T-train arriving at Northeastern university where I went nearly every day to work in the Snell library or do yoga or meditation...

In one of the university buildings:

In the NU bookstore:

View from the Boston Public Library in 700 Boylston St:

An amazing second-hand store in Cambridge - Garment District with vintage clothing from the 80ies and 90ies.

Boston at night...