TRAVEL | 20 June

Waking up in your own little beach house

Hello awesome birthday surprise! It seems that all our holidays lately involve a tiny little beach house to compensate for the city landscape,so  I should’ve seen this surprise coming (I didn’t). You always want what is not yours… Last week I had no idea what we were going to do for my birthday – I felt like a nine year old (I loved it)! No planning, no nothing. It was exactly what I needed as my week was pretty hectic and I didn’t have any time to think about any birthday plans. Normally we flee the country, but after visiting another country

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TRAVEL | 31 May

Dipping your toes in Scandinavian waters

On this rainy depressing day in March I booked tickets to Stockholm on impulse. Sweden in may wasn’t the safest bet, so we rented a car to make sure we could drive somewhere where the sun was shining. But it turned out that we were extremely lucky, so we ditched the rental car and took the boat instead. Finally we had the chance to visit the Stockholm archipelago! The boat trip to the islands felt like we were on a proper holiday. Leaving the city, cruising through countless small islands and seeing more and more nature. After 1,5 hour we reached

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Geen categorie, TRAVEL | 19 March

Sardinia in march: one with nature

Ryanair can be a real gem, we found return tickets for €30,- per person to Sardinia. €30,-, that’s nothing! Okay, we had to go in March which technically still is Winter so we were a bit worried how that would turn out, but we still couldn’t wait to explore the island. Last week we packed our bags and cruised from one amzing view to another in our little rental car, and we have to say: Sardinia in March is so incredibly beautiful! Green hills, turquoise seas and best of all: you’re truly one with nature as there’s almost nobody around. Imagine

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TRAVEL | 12 March

Holland’s best spots | Nijmegen

I grew up in a tiny village not far from Nijmegen and I’ve pretty much visited this city on regular basis for as long as I can remember. Shopping with my mom when I was little and occupying photo boots all afternoon with friends when I was old enough to go by myself. I still have those very VERY shameful pictures somewhere, which I keep hidden (even from Leon, that says it all). Even though I did study in another city for a brief period of time, I ended up getting my masters degree at the University of Nijmegen. But these last

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