Googling summer writing workshops led me to Sarah Lawrence's Summer Seminar for Writers. However, I was unable to find out what past attendees said about it. I couldn't find anything to give me an idea if it was worth it. I'm here to tell you that it's worth it.
Exploring as much of Oregon as possible in 6 days.
Only have a limited amount of time to see Hastings? Here are my recommendations of things to see and where to have lunch
Introducing my blog's new name: Wandering Prose!
I just spent a week in San Antonio for work. I actually got paid to go someplace, stay in a hotel, and eat at great restaurants. The only way the trip could have been better is if Harvey had tagged along. Alas, I think it’s frowned upon to bring your dog on work trips so he stayed home.
Friends often ask what was my favourite place or where would I recommend visiting. So this well-travelled American anglophile will do just that. In classic list form.
A Day in Oxford. My tour of the Bodleian Library with Harry Potter filming locations
I decided to go to Canterbury on a whim. I woke up itching for an adventure but unsure whether I should spend the money. I had already been to Canterbury in 2011 with Kendall -- was it worth returning? Silly question since I've returned to Bath over 5 times (including, most recently last Saturday; however, … Continue reading My Canterbury Tale of Misfortune and Misadventure
Highlighting the best street art in the City of Stories.
On Sunday I met up with my friend Kendall (you may remember her mentioned in my controversial post about the Sherlock Holmes Museum) outside Victoria Station. Our mission: to find Dominique Ansel Bakery and buy their signature blooming hot chocolate. I needed it because I saw a video on Facebook from TimeOut London promoting it. … Continue reading A Day of Adventure in London…and Cake