Sherlock Holmes was popular well before Benedict Cumberbatch took on the iconic role, but I think we have to be honest in saying he has done wonders with the character and brought it to new heights with those cheekbones. Maybe it’s the way he flicks his curly black hair or maybe it’s that sly smile … More The Sherlock Guide to London
It seems likes ages since I’ve blogged because, well, I guess it has been. I know I left off the last post with a promise to begin answering the questions you submitted (which were great by the way), and I still plan on answering every single one of those questions in the coming weeks. But … More No plan, but I’m excited
Hiked to Devil’s Postpile today and nearly died – both of exhaustion and getting lost. Great day!
Boy, do I feel like a typical blogger right now. I’ve got my tea on my right, laptop in front of me with my phone only a few inches away. I’m staring outside my window at this somewhat cool autumn morning. I kind of feel like writing poetry – but maybe next time.
The other night I went to the movies with my brother to see Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. I know, I’m about two months late on seeing it. I was a huge fan of the first one and couldn’t wait for the second. It’s just a shame James Franco wasn’t in this one. … More Hate doesn’t fuel, it drains
When I first started planning my trip to the UK this summer, I Googled the heck out of this topic. How in the world do you save money while still having the time of your life traveling? Believe it or not, it is possible. Through trial and error, I’ve found the following five ways that … More 5 ways to travel cheap