On Valentine's Day I spent my day with my mom on a one-night visit to Ghent, a small town in Belgium around 2 hours train ride from The Hague where I live. It's a beautiful, typical European city with lots of things to visit, and it was a very enjoyable two days spent, with great … Continue reading Churches, blue skies and historical buildings – Ghent, Belgium
Hello all, welcome back to my blog! December is the month of wrapping the year up, looking back and reminiscing of how the year has gone by, both in a good way and a bad way. This year I had a blast travel-wise. I have been lucky enough to live in Europe, and every month I try to go somewhere new with the people I love and try to explore the world through amazing experiences. These are some of the highlights of my year in traveling.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas... and where I live here in the Netherlands, the beginning of December marks the presence of Christmas trees and ornaments, beautiful lights glimmering at night, Santa Claus hats, and of course, Christmas markets!
Hi all, hope you have had a wonderful weekend! Last week me and my two friends had a little adventuring with our bicycles to the dunes of The Hague. Since the city of The Hague is located near the sea, it hosts a range of different parks - from the tall trees of Haagse Bos, to the beautifully maintained garden of the Palestuin, to the dune nature preserve by the sea, called Westduinpark (or West Dune Park).
One warm and sunny Saturday morning, after breakfast, my boyfriend and I set off from The Hague to the biggest national park in the Netherlands: De Hoge Veluwe. Showcasing the beauty of nature, landscape, added with art and history on its unique museums, I have always wanted to visit this 55 km square park.