Weekly Watch: Daniel Radcliffe Can Rap!

Harry Potter star, Daniel Radcliffe, impressed viewers with his rap skills on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Who would of thought Harry Potter could rap?

Daniel Radcliffe, appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about his new film, Horns, but the interview took a turn and he ended up performing a rap on the show. He shares his love for learning lyrically hard raps, Eminem and Plan B.

The British actor rapped Blackalicious’ Alphabet Aerobics and the further down the alphabet you get, the even more impressed you’ll be!

As the rap goes on you’ll be eagerly cheering him along as it gets faster and faster.

This is a must watch, especially if you’re a Harry Potter fan!

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Review: Tea on the Quay in Mevagissey, Cornwall

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This review is slightly different to my usual posts as I’m reviewing my first food and drink establishment. Tea on the Quay is a family owned tea room located in Mevagissey Harbour in Cornwall.

The views from Tea on the Quay are beautiful as it is situated along the harbour and is a perfect stop for a light lunch, coffee or a cake! Tea on the Quay is the perfect place to visit during a sunny day by the sea but also on a winter’s day when you want a hot drink to warm you up!

Mevagissey is a pretty village and fishing port near to St Austell and St Mawes in Cornwall, South West England. The village has a selection of cute shops including a sweet shop, arts and craft shops, a Cornish fudge shop and jewellers. Mevagissey is a perfect day trip where you can browse the shops, stroll across the harbour and visit Tea on the Quay.

Mevagissey Harbour

Mevagissey Harbour

I visited Mevagissey Harbour with my family on the weekend and between us we sampled a variety of the cafe’s hot drinks and cakes. I ordered the hot chocolate deluxe and the chocolate sponge cake with chocolate ganache filling, strawberries and raspberries (chocolate overload!). This was a delicious combination if you’re a chocolate lover, the sponge was light and the filling was tasty.

My family opted for the less chocolatey option and had scones, victoria sponge cake, teas and coffees which they said were tasteful. The victoria sponge cake was light and mouth-watering and the fruit and plain scones were scrumptious.

Tea on the Quay also has a lunch menu including a selection of sandwiches, jacket potatoes, quiches and omelettes.

Tea on the Quay's Hot Chocolate and Cake

Tea on the Quay’s Hot Chocolate and Cake

You can take a look at their food gallery which shows off the wonderful foods you can taste at Tea on the Quay.

The staff were exceedingly friendly and their happy, bubbly personalities added something special to the atmosphere of the tea room. You get the sense of the close-knit family business which makes you feel like you’re spending your money in the right place.

I highly recommend visiting Tea on the Quay if you are near the area as it is a lovely tea room located in a beautiful harbouring village.

Tea on the Quay is open 10.30am to 6pm, Tuesday to Sunday, all year round. You can visit their website here.

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight Review

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Who would have guessed that four minutes could change everything?”

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight by Jennifer E. Smith is a simple and romantic tale of young love.

Hadley is a typical teenage girl who is travelling from New York to London for her Dad’s wedding. The trip hits a bump in the road as she misses her flight by four short minutes but if she hadn’t she would have never met Oliver.

Oliver is an English boy, carrying out his studies in America, who is extremely likeable from the moment he offers to help Hadley with her luggage at the airport. He also happens to be on Hadley’s flight and they spend the many hours to come laughing, flirting and getting to know each other. Hadley opens up about the nature of her trip and about her relationship with her father. She tells him how she’s not seen him in over a year and never met his soon-to-be wife because she’s still angry about her parent’s divorce and her Dad’s move to London.

The pair have a wonderful bond as they land in London. Oliver kisses Hadley as they are about to get separated at border control and when they do, they have no way of getting in contact with each other again. Will they see each other again? Of course not! The flight is only the first half of their love story as they both go on wild goose chases round London to find each other.

The characters in the book are likeable characters and relatable to its young adult audience. Hadley is the fiesty but kind-hearted teenager and Oliver is the charming and funny young man. The reader could easily imagine themselves in the situation of the two lead characters.

The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight is an incredibly easy read which is short and sweet. This book is a light read which tells the tale of how two teenagers fall in love during a flight across the world. However, this book is not for you if you’re looking for a challenging read as there is not much complexity to the story, it is very predictable in places and the title says it all.

Details

Title: The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight

Author: Jennifer E. Smith

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group

Published: 5 January 2012

ISBN: 9780755384037