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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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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