i’d have to say my favorite part of my trip to alaska was all the eating we did. my sister knew just where to take me, and i loved every place we ate (including breakfast at the mermaid cafe, pictured above).
during one particular meal at a local cafe, my sister and i noticed 3 guys sitting at table with 3 untouched plates of food before them. as if their undeniable good looks and mysterious allure didn’t make them conspicuous enough, the way they sat in silence – arms crossed, brows furrowed – really caught our attention. my sister leaned in toward me and whispered, “do you think they’re part of the cullen family?”. i didn’t even have to take another glance behind me before answering, “i really, really think they are”.
when we left the cafe an hour later, not only had they still not touched their food, but they hadn’t spoken a word. you have to admit, it does make a bit of sense…..alaska would be the perfect place for a civilized vampire clan to settle. no sunlight, lots of wild game….. just sayin’.
and that is what i took away from my time in alaska.