To try and make the most of these last warm days Will and I decided to tick something off our New York list that we had been meaning to do all Summer. In Central Park there is a large lake where you can hire boats and row yourself round. For a tourist attraction it was surprisingly affordable. You pay $15 for 1 hour + a $20 deposit and then $3 every 15 minutes after the first hour. It ended up costing us $21 in total, which is unheard of for a tourist spot in this city. Rowing around the lake was amazing, although we both got quite sunburnt the views of the gorgeous buildings on the Upper West Side made up for it. Will did most of rowing while I was appointed photographer. I did get to do a little of the rowing and to my own surprise did not make us crash into anything, kill anything or tip us out of the boat. I take that as a huge success!