You can see more photos of San Juan over here.
I already really loved Magic in the Moonlight, so this interview is icing on the cake.
As a space committed to all developments related to the Galaxy Cookie Crumble bar: They are no longer selling it at Cost Plus World Market. (Teardrop.) I last spotted one in a Vancouver British imports shop last November, so it would seem distribution has changed.
However! I am thrilled to also let you know there is a new chocolate-cookie-bar game in town, and it tastes nearly the same: Lindt Dark Chocolate Cookie bar! It is so good–trust me on this. So far I’ve only found this kind of bar at Target (they sell the other kinds at Bartell Drugs, but not Dark Chocolate Cookie), meaning that it’s also about half the cost of the Galaxy.
Over the 10 springtime days I traveled in Austria and Slovakia, the weather “acted out” just once–the Tuesday I woke up in Bratislava. Rather than being coy, misty and semi-picturesque, the sky instead opted to pour and pour rain down.
The upside of this downpour is that it gave me an excuse to sit and read in Foxford Coffee, located in Bratislava’s historic center. It’s the dictionary definition of a cozy space (see picture above), and even includes a small cookie with your coffee order.
If there’s one thing I learned during this latest trip, it’s that quality downtime is as important as any itinerary item!
I’ve written about the joys of frugality before, and am pleased to offer this Old Navy summer top for your consideration. Not only is it $17, but it feels feminine without being summer-provocative. (And by “summer-provocative,” I mean ho city.) Pair with a warm, bright $15 Target infinity scarf or necklace, and you are set!