How could I not try to create equally awesome memories for my own kids? Enter the yearly tradition to go to the Belgian seaside.
This year it was the second relaunch of the yearly tradition to have a bit of holiday at the Belgian seaside. Let’s see if we will do it again next year… In any case it brought back wonderful childhood memories…
How is it possible that I ignored this area for more than 4 decades???
Not sure if the weather has understood that spring has arrived as I still am cold all day. 4 degrees at night is way too cold for me. Anyhow… looking back at the winter, it was a beautiful time in my region.
Cocky as I am I thought this one would be completely overrated…. NOT!
I live in the Haspengouw area in the East of Belgium. It is known for growing apples and pears, its rolling landscape and its lively village life. Here are some impressions of the last months.
If we don’t get it by nature, we will make our own winter wonder land… our Christmas village.
Another medical trip to Brussels today. Little do we know it will be one of our last ones.
We have such a lovely autumn this year and I was contemplating where I should be going to capture the burst of colors. Preferably somewhere as close as possible, low effort and high impact: the Japanese gardens in Hasselt.
I have to be in Brussels for medical tests every so many weeks. To make it more enjoyable, my friend and I play tourist for a day. This time we are heading for the Atomium!
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