Muesli is basically cereal. But better. In more ways than one. It’s healthier, and tastier (in my opinion at least). Some might say it’s a broken up granola bar. Well…not exactly. Continue reading →
Hi! I recently came back from Cancun, Mexico, so I thought I’d share my experience with you. There’s a traditional Mexican saying: “Barriga llena, corazón contento.” which translates to “full stomach, happy heart”. During my stay, this saying was definitely true for me. The food was amazing! Continue reading →
The Golden Compass (bk 1): Lyra Belacqua is an orphan who lives her life at Oxford’s Jordan College. Then everything changes… Her uncle, Lord Asriel, finds proof of a strange material – Dust. A hidden city in the Northern Lights suggest an entirely different universe. Asriel leaves Lyra to study the Lights and keeps her with another scholar and explorer, Mrs. Coulter, that seems to treat her better than Lord Asriel ever did. Lyra travels all the way to the North in search of her friend, Roger, with a rare device that she must keep safe. Who can she trust? There are children are vanishing everywhere. With the help of some strange companions, she goes on an adventure to save her friends, and stop the evil conspiracies of others.
The Subtle Knife (bk 2): Lost again in another world, Lyra finds Will. This is a new world where soul-eating monsters roam the streets and witches fly with angels. Lyra is looking for the meaning of Dark Matter, and Will for his missing father. Neither Lyra nor Will suspects how tightly their lives and their destinies are bound together . . . until they are split apart.
The Amber Spyglass (bk 3): In the last book of the trilogy, Lyra and Will are in huge danger. With help from a strange bear and two spies, they need to go to a world where no living soul has ever gone. At the same time, Dr. Mary Malone builds an Amber Spyglass. Lord Asriel, with angels, journey to a battle of strange allies. As war continues and Dust drains from the sky, the fate of the living—and the dead—finally comes to depend on two children and the simple truth of one simple story.
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~ Alissa ☆
Now on my second post (yay)! This brings me back to the winter of 2014. We went on a cruise and one of the stops was Jamaica! There in Jamaica, they have a saying, “The left side is the right side, and the right side is suicide”. Kinda catchy if you ask me. Continue reading →
Hi! This is my first post here on ‘Any Little Idea’, and I plan to share all my little ideas on travel, books, food, and really, just about anything! Please give all of your own little ideas as well as suggestions you have for me in the comments. And I hope you’ll enjoy any little idea I share. So let’s start this journey together!♥