Wild Animal Sanctuary: A Mile Into The Wild and Wildlife Rescue

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Interviews , Reviews , Travel

Wild Animal Sanctuary rescues Lions and Tigers and Bears Oh My! To be more accurate, 43 African Lions, 14 Mountain Lions, 70 Tigers, 87 Bears, 28 Wolves, as well as many other species; all of them carnivorous — with the exception of a single porcupine and a camel: a total of 290 animals, are all part of an animal rescue.

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The Bourne Legacy: Movie Reviews

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Film , Reviews

The Bourne Legacy is Smart, Fast and Furious!

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Day Two and a Cafe in Banagalore – The Local Haunt

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: India Travel Log , Reviews

I’m spontaneous and tend to live in each moment, which may seem a bit contradictory to the fact that I am also a creature of habit; I settle into certain routines regardless of where I am. Today I would find my cafe in Bangalore, among other things.

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Vagabonding: A Review

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Reviews , Travel

According to Rolf Potts, “Vagabonding is about not merely re-allotting a portion of your life for travel but rediscovering the entire concept of time.” ¬†More than a book of resources and travel tips, it is also an outlook on life: “… it’s about using the prosperity and possibilities of the information age to increase your personal options instead of your personal possessions.”

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The Amazing Spider-Man

Posted By Brie Austin In Category: Film , Reviews

The Amazing Spider-Man we see a reboot¬†of the Marvel Comics Spider-Man franchise, where the director Marc Webb strives for a more serious and edgy look to distinguish it from its predecessor [that starred Toby McGuire]. To that end, other than Spider-Man and his nemesis (The Lizard), there are no other cartoonish characters in this version — like the former film’s Editor In Chief of the Daily Bugle, J. Jonah Jamison, for example.

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