Here’s something I must confess about myself: I have an irrational fear of whales. It’s always been like that, I just can’t explain it (though I’ll blame Pinocchio for it). I have always been wary of sea creatures in general, but the thought of swimming underwater and suddenly come across a massive creature with weird teeth has always haunted me in my dreams. I know, how on Earth would I find a whale in Southeast Spain, where you can walk more than 2 km into the sea and the water is still knee-deep? Whatever, they creep me out. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2015
It’s funny how something you love can be sometimes mind-blowing and other times just, well, tedious. Continue reading
Without even realising it, Christmas has almost arrived and it’s only two weeks away, so I figured I should post something festive –it’s still a while until the Doctor Who special, anyway. Continue reading
Oh, Steven Moffat. How. Amazing. Was. That. Finale.
I expected it to be mildly okay. After all, the Gallifrey plotline didn’t get a lot of buildup throughout the series. Even the first minutes in the Doctor’s home planet seemed to go a bit slow. But as it usually happens with Moffat-penned episodes, a few plot twists left us awestruck and elaborating a new theory every two minutes. Continue reading