I take up my pen (or rather, keyboard) again to tell another brief tale of my time in the UK last summer. My best friend Hannah and I were staying in Buxton at probably the best Airbnb we had the entire trip. (I say that because it was an entire flat and, most importantly, the … Continue reading Where Are the Eggs?
As many of you are probably aware, today is Vincent Van Gogh's birthday! I've loved Van Gogh's artwork since I was a little kid. My dad had this board game we would play all the time called Masterpiece that centered around bidding for famous paintings. After we knew how to play the game, my dad … Continue reading Happy Birthday Van Gogh!
I'm back again to tell another tale about my time in the UK last summer, though this one is much more concise! Will someone tell me to shut up about this trip at some point? Probably! But it was the trip of a lifetime, and I'm not going to stop talking about it any time … Continue reading One Eggs Benedict to Rule Them All
Dunraven Bay It was like that part in a movie where they cut out all sound apart from the music and you watch the characters experience a magical moment in slow motion. It was exactly like that. Hannah and I didn't speak for a while as we walked and wandered on the cold, damp sand. … Continue reading Bad Wolf Bay (Part 3): There and Back Again
I groaned as my alarm went off at 6:00am. It might not seem that early, but after you’ve spent five days straight trying to discover every inch of London and then travelling to Reading, Newbury, and Bath in rapid succession, your feet hurt. Actually, your everything hurts. And you’re tired. So, so tired. Still half-asleep, … Continue reading Bad Wolf Bay (Part 2): The Journey
Seven months ago, I spent 18 days travelling around England, Scotland and Wales with my best friend Hannah. It was the trip of a lifetime - my "Rapunzel's lantern dream," if you will. And the fact that I got to experience it with my best friend, who shares so many of my Anglophile obsessions, made … Continue reading Bad Wolf Bay (Part 1): The Idea