It can be very pricey to visit Iceland for any period of time . Here’s a list (and photos!) for cheaper eats, some of my favorite not so cheap spots, and lastly, coffee shops and bars!
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You see, I’ve happened upon a gem and I’m not sure I want to share it with anyone. But because I’m such a nice person and happen to love writing about travel, I guess it’s in the stars that I tell you all about the gem that is Washington State. After meeting my new man, Read More
Both captive and captivating, she waits. Her eyes reaching out from behind the steel, longing for what once was. While the masses saunter past her, the sound of her infant calf grows faint and like the human idiomatic expressions of her kind, her memory serves her well. Perhaps too well, for it would be easier Read More
I have continued to play with the ShakeItPhoto iPhone Polaroid photo app to take pictures. It’s become my favorite apps, by far. Here are some more recent photos I’ve taken with the iPhone Polaroid app…
A recent trip to Austin, Texas for the annual Austin City Limits Festival (ACL) of 2009, had me both confused and excited. As we began our final decent into the “weirdest part of Texas,” I had no clue what I was in for. From my previous travels and venturing around Austin, I was reminded somewhat Read More
ShakeIt Photo iPhone app is a unique and fun app that allows you to take photos that look JUST like old school Polaroid film. The photos look like a polaroid and you even shake the phone to speed up the developing speed- just like you would an polaroid photo you’re too impatient to wait for.
A few weeks ago I made a trip up to Los Alamos, CA to visit Flatbread- Full of Life, the home of some of the most amazing food Iâ€™ve ever had. I struggled with this post (hence it being weeks overdue) because there simply werenâ€™t words for how impressed I was…
We made our way back to visit Cuco and Pilar at Rancho Pilar where we witnessed a lot of growth in the area. A family of Canadians has begun constructing a huge house at the top of the hill overlooking the beach where Wil and I camp. It’s sad to see the land develop, it was kind of nice having a remote camping spot with friendly neighbors. Wil took some great photos while we were in Mexico, I’m hoping he’ll post the headshot of Pilar.
Adapted from the 2000 film also titled The Flunky, directed by Vincent Van Patten, The Flunky: A New Musical portrays the life of rockstar named Tyler Mann and