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Schuldig. Dat ik dat thuisblijven wel fijn vind.Dat ik te veel werk.Dat ik niet graag facetime.Dat ik geen coronakilo’s krijg.Dat ik puzzelen dan toch niet leuk vind. Schuldig. Dat ik nog gelukkig ben.  Dat ik te weinig werk.Dat ik elke dag eindeloos wandel.Dat ik het kantoor nog niet mis.Dat ik nog niemand verloor. Schuldig. Dat…

Top places to find street art in London

One of my favourite things to do (and see) in London is its street art. London has amazing street artists and a great artistic vibe. If you’re looking for a great experience and you want to go off the beaten track, make sure to include street art in your London schedule. We took two great…

London: 10x off the beaten track

London is my absolute favourite European city. I like to visit at least twice a year, just to see what changed. I like to go by train (Eurostar) since I only live across the English channel. Arriving in St. Pancras: it gives me goosebumps every time. I still have a lot of exploring to do, but I’ll…

Two (and a half) days in Dublin

In May 2015 we took a short term citytrip to Dublin. We stayed in Ireland’s capital for two and a half days and we truly made the most of it (or so we would like to believe). When your time is limited you have to make choices. I’ll tell you about the choices we made…

10 things to do (or not do) in Budapest

I recently visited Budapest on a five day trip with four amazing friends. It was the second time I visited this lovely city and this time I _really_ fell for this sparkling metropolis. I’ll keep it short(ish) and sum up my personal top ten things to do in Budapest: 1. Visit the Thermal Baths Oh…

3 Things to do in Stuttg

We spent the first weekend of May in Stuttgart, Germany. We came unprepared, which is unusual. We had little time so our visit was brief. What did we do? Visit Sinsheim Technik Museum: We visited the Speyer Technik Museum some years ago and were truly impressed. The Speyer Museum has a Boeing 747. You can…

Are the Royal Greenhouses of Laeken worth the visit?

Short answer: YES! Long answer: Yes, because: They were pretty much the most beautiful greenhouses I ever visited. (I liked them over Kew Gardens) They’re only open for public for three weeks a year, when the flowers are at their most beautiful. Awesome flowers. It’s easily accessible (by car or bus) Entrance fee is very…

Five things I love about Hallerbos, Belgium

Hallerbos is a place of magic. During Spring the forest is covered in bluebells, turning it completely purple. The bluebells mostly flower in April, depending on the weather. You can track progress online. When magic happens, the forest gets kind of crowded. Make sure you arrive early to enjoy peace and quiet. Waking up early for…