I love visiting castles. The last time I traveled to Scotland, I walked for over an hour and a half around Loch Ness to Urquart castle, and then the next day took a two hour bus ride out to Eilean Donan Castle. So, when I realized there was a castle within a 30 minute dart ride of Dublin, I was all in. Continue reading “Malahide Castle, Ireland”
I am too pale to be a Summer gal. Continue reading “I Hate Summer”
“When I was young, I was bitten by a radioactive book.”
I have never sat in a theatre full of a stranger conglomeration of people before. Continue reading “My Evening With Neil Gaiman”
It’s that time of year. The temperature doesn’t fall below the mid 80’s, and the buzz of mosquito trucks echoes throughout the neighborhood. Summer has arrived, and with it America’s favorite holiday: The Fourth of July.
Continue reading “How To Celebrate the Fourth Of July in Galveston, Texas”
Traveling is an art form. It can be impossible to perfect, but it helps to read about other people’s experiences, and mistakes, before you leave. That way you can laugh about all the mistakes you’ll make, and get to know the area of the world you’re traveling to a little more intimately. The following post is compiled of essays and books I’ve read, and think everyone should read before, or during, their next adventure. Continue reading “Travel Essays to Read Before Your Next Trip”