L: Day two in the NYC started with a wander down Wall Street and a quick chomp in a local cafe, recommended by a local law enforcer! We all got fun passes for the subway, which seems to be a like a sauna outside the train and a freezer in it. We checked out the Empire State Building but held back on the $100 admission fee - got better things to spend money on like skinny jeans (Amber!). Mesmerized by the shops (poor Cameron) we checked out the bargains and then made our bee line for Mac n' Cheese, NYC's best loved macaroni restaurant. Call it jet lag or male/female communication blip, we ended up 100, yes that's 100 blocks off course and landed in 'edgy' East Harlem. Amber asked 'why is everyone staring at us?' - 'cos we're white'. It beggars belief that 4 white tourists, complete with $1000 camera round my neck, Dave grappling the map, survived the streets, but we did and it was not without its jewel of the day. Hungry, thirsty and generally fearing for our lives, we jumped into the nearest 'food shack' available which happened to be an authentic Mexican joint, complete with 'No habla ingles'. A burrito, 4 tacos and 4 enchiladas later, with lip smacking chilli tongue we had kind of found our Harlem feet - and they needed a pedicure. Come on boys, it will only take a minute or two. 1 hour later, Amber and I had full french manicure and pedicure by some crazy Chinese ladies, all for $22 each! Bargain of the day. It was a covert operation to get back to civilisation, 3-4 subway stops later and we were back in the santuary of Central Park and making headway towards NY's best loved Magnolia Bakery and it's scumptuous cupcakes (which no one ate, brownies took precedence). In a minute we leave for StarDust, the all american diner complete with Broadway wannabes, yum!