Literary Destination: A Bear Called Paddington

This entry is part 1 of 15 in the series Literary London & Enid Blyton's Dorset

Hopped up on caffeine from the piping hot English Breakfast Tea I’d readily accepted from the airline steward with a sexy British accent, I was wide awake. Rather than sleep on the plane, I’d instead chosen to spend the early hours of the morning watching the live action Paddington Bear movie and sipping black tea poured from an actual tea kettle being carried down the plane isle.

Galentines Day Travel

I noticed the word “Galentines” floating around the internet this Valentine’s day and it took me a while to catch onto its meaning (I know, I know…clearly I’m out of the loop since I’m lucky…

Find Antoine de Saint Exupery in Paris

Location: Paris, France Literary Inspiration: Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) by Antoine de Saint-Exupery About the Book The seemingly autobiographical tale of Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince) has remained one of my most…

6 Reasons to Love Chincoteague, Virginia

This entry is part 12 of 12 in the series Misty of Chincoteague & Pony Penning Week 2016

There are some places you just fall in love with…and then keep going back. For me, one of those places is Chincoteague, Virginia. Here are my top 6 reasons for loving this little seaside town:…

London for Lost Boys & Other Fans of Peter Pan

Visit the statue of Peter Pan, the Lost Boy, which resides within Kensington Garden, London, England where J. M. Barrie used to sit and write.

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