When I signed up for the Accomplice Tour, endorsed by Neil Patrick Harris, I had no idea what I was in for.
After having our first cup of coffee in France, we walked across the border to Switzerland.
We packed our bags, said our goodbyes, and schlepped into town back to the National Theatre for our last London special of coffee, croissant, and Creator.
Now I haven’t been in London very long so I have a lot to learn, but one thing I do know is that when Justin Martin says, “coffee now,” you go.
Each taxi driver in London must endure an average of four years studying the streets of London to acquire The Knowledge.
Our first stop was Skansen, the magical island of wild animals, roller coasters, and festival food.
We woke up in London, all bright-eyed and bushy-tailed ready to take on the UK day! Well, not quite.
Coming from someone who's driven across state lines and country borders like a fugitive on the run, I can tell you road trips tend to get pretty old really fast.
As a native of the Coachella Valley, it’s been pretty fascinating to watch how the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has evolved.