What to do in quarantine

Since we’re all stuck in our homes, the boredom tends to creep in.. a lot. So how else can we run to anywhere we like, while remaining in our lazy couch? If…


Redu : village du livre

Last summer we went to the beautiful little book town : Redu. This place is literary heaven for lovers of old, used novels in English and French. And they are all very…


Bookshop : Cook and Book

The bookshop Cook and Book has been circulating on social media recently. So I decided to go and take a look. Arriving at the location we didn’t know where to enter as…


Review : The Great Gatsby the Immersive Experience

Last week, I went to The Great Gatsby the Immersive Experience. Arriving fashionably late (but not too late) in our charleston attire, our expectations were formed rather high. All the details of…


My first solo trip – part five

It was a beautiful train ride  to Edinburgh, I saw bunnies and even a deer! When I arrived, I was exhausted. I stayed in the castle rock hostel and yes it was…


My first solo trip – part four

I took the bus to Urquhart Castle. It was beautiful but maybe I expected too much. Although it was bigger than I thought, I wasn’t that impressed. There were so many tourists…


My first solo trip – part three

The next morning I ate my breakfast at the hostel and left to Waverley station. It was a Sunday and that meant that there were less trains to Inverness. I was lucky…


My first solo trip – part two

First of all, my sincere apologies for the huge delay of this post. There have been quite a lot of changes in my life, which ofcourse I will explain in a following…


My first solo trip – part one

Me and my dad took the 5 am train in Buggenhout to get to Brussels. At 9am local time we were in London. We went straight to Hatchard’s to buy books from…


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