Dark Hedges, Northern Ireland
Very popular with wedding photographers and Game of Thrones fans, the Dark Hedges is one of the most photographed places in Northern Ireland. Since we opted for the Giant’s Causeway tour instead of a Game of Thrones tour on our second day in Northern Ireland, we missed out on a...
Winter Wonderland, London
I LOVE Christmas markets, and if I had the time and money, I would probably visit all the Christmas markets in Europe each year. Strolling passed charming little wooden chalets in your warmest winter coat, holding a hot chocolate or Glühwein, while festive songs are being played in the...
What to wear in Lisbon
Packing essentials for your trip to Lisbon. Find out what to wear in Lisbon in Spring. Like any city near the Atlantic ocean in Europe, Lisbon can be a little bit unpredictable. My visit to Lisbon was at the end of Spring, so I thought...
Highland cows in Scotland
Scotland is one of my favourite places in the world which our 3 day road trip proved to me once again. We drove quite a few miles each day, making sure not to miss the most important places. We started our trip in Edinburgh, made our way to Cairngorms National Park, Inverness and arrived at Loch Ness when...
One New change hidden gems in London
When I think of London, the first thing that comes to mind are the old historic buildings dotted throughout the city, such as: the Tower of London, Tower Bridge, Big Ben and St Paul’s. Or the ever-busy Piccadilly Circus and Leicester Square, where numerous red carpets events occur, because...
Carrick-a-rede bridge panorama
If you love dramatic coastlines, make sure to add Northern Ireland to your bucket list. With over 200 km of beautiful and diverse coastline, numerous castles bulging with history and dramatic cliff landscapes, you'll be filling your SD cards in no time. We spent 3 days in Northern Ireland, and even though...
The Beach, De Panne, Belgium
When I tell people I’m from Belgium, the first few minutes will be filled with talk about beer, waffles, Bruges and Brussels. Sometimes there might even be mention of mussels and the flatness of the country. However, Belgium has so much more to offer other than the usual tourist...
Winter is a great time to visit the capital of England, especially over Christmas time. Cosy Christmas markets, streets decorated with holiday ornaments and Christmas songs playing everywhere you go. If you’re lucky, the city might even have some snow. Your visit, however, can take a turn for the worse if...
Spookstad doel ghost town
As we drive near to the port of Antwerp, a few houses come into view, lonely structures in the midst of the Polder plains. We turn right into a solemn street. Our light-hearted conversations abruptly halt and we continue driving in silence, for we have entered Doel, a small...
Curiosity stall in Camden
I’m not sure if it is wise of me to admit that, before today, I had never visited Camden market. After living in London for 4 years, I had never made it to the market in the north. I’d like to say my lack of northern presence, was because I...