Monthly Archives : June 2017

Throwback Thursday – Quedlinburg


Looking back at our summer trip of 2015, Lars and I now realise that we actually crossed off some trips of our bucket list, such as driving on the Passo di Stelvio, visiting the amphitheatre of Durrës and spending some time in Slovakia. Next up was Quedlinburg. This town with more than 25.000 inhabitants is located in the north of…

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Pairi Daiza

Looking At Animals In Pairi Daiza


Originally opened in 1993 as a bird garden – under the name of Paradisio, Pairi Daiza has become the most popular zoo and botanical garden in Belgium. With its 160 acres and more than 4.ooo animals, it has something to offer to everybody. There are several exhibits, such as The Nautilus, The Oasis and Falconry Village and gardens such as the Kingdom…

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Throwback Thursday – Blue Helnæs


This is actually a combination of Throwback Thursday and Wordless Wednesday since this is more of a photo essay. Helnæs is a small peninsula in the south of Denmark – the south of Funen to be more precise – and is a paradise for people who are into fishing and bird-watching. And now I let the pictures speak for themselves.

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Sewer Museum Brussels

CreepyTravels – Going Underground In Brussels


Wanna see a completely different side of Brussels? Not afraid of less agreeable smells and the possible sight of an occasional rat? Then a visit to the Sewer Museum of Brussels is something for you! As the official website says, THE SEWER NETWORK UNDER THE CITY OF BRUSSELS IS NEARLY 350 KM LONG! THOUSANDS OF M3 OF WASTE WATER FLOW…

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New On Our YouTube Channel!


And there is more coming up! Since mid-May – the moment that my fractured ankle was finally healed – Lars and me have been on the road again. During one of our excursions, we revisited Le Chat Touille, the first cat café in Brussels. The article and the pictures are on the website of Trend Prive Magazine and the folks over there…

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