Travel-ish Things I Found on the Internets
Have you recovered from your Halloween escapades?
London doesn’t really “do” Halloween, so I had a quiet night in with a friend binge eating chocolate from Borough Market and watching….well, I’m not telling. A girl has to have some non-sophisticated guilty pleasures…
Too. Much. Candy.
Here’s some light weekend reading to keep you entertained while you recover from your sugar coma. Or steal more candy from your kids candy stash. Whichever.
Why don’t these exist in London? Or do they? Revolting or revolutionary? Hopefully, there will be a few bags left on the Target shelves when I hit the States in a few weeks.
Are you one of those people who rearranges your snack tray during the flight safety presentation? Virgin Airlines upped their game and made this video. Put down your SkyMall catalog and pay attention…feel free sing/dance along, just keep your seat belt fastened.
I know my American readers are suffering silently as British viewers enjoy the new season of Downton Abbey. I am truly (not) sorry. Here’s a little something just for you. xoxo
A compilation of the Most British Things That Ever Happened. While the title is grammatically cringe-worthy, it’s damn funny.
A continent worth of travel minus the jet lag. A gorgeous time-lapse film of Europe.
Do you remember that Facebook post about volunteering for the filming of a National Geographic channel science program?Darling daughter and I survived my ill-advised venture into television without donning a zebra suit or sitting in a fish tank full of snakes. We did have to endure hour after hour under hot camera lights and cone after cone of ice cream made with a fire extinguisher. The things we do for fame and ice cream.
One of Five long-suffering cameramen
Mini-me ready for her close-up
Me, in my crime scene shirt.
Happy, Happy Weekend and thanks for reading!
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