Lockdown Diary – Part 1

One thing I have learned this week is that a lockdown in one country can be different from one in another country. So, how do a Belgian blogger/photographer and a Danish traveler in Spain experience these exceptional times? First, I will give you some general information and then our personal observations. In a Nutshell most …

Continue reading Lockdown Diary – Part 1

Sankt Hans Aften Grenen

Celebrating Sankt Hans Aften in the North of Jutland

Sankt Hans Aften is Danish for Saint John's Eve, the evening before the Feast Day of Saint John the Baptist. This is the eve of 23 June, which Danes celebrate with bonfires, usually at the sea or a lake. There are some other traditions as well, which I will explain in this post. In 2015 …

Continue reading Celebrating Sankt Hans Aften in the North of Jutland

China Light Zoo 2017-2018

ZOO Antwerp – Let There Be Light!

One of the Belgian cities that I miss the most - even after having lived 18 months in sunny Spain, is Antwerp. It has a completely different vibe though from Brussels where I used to live, which is probably one of the reasons I like it. And some of my best friends live there! Anyway, …

Continue reading ZOO Antwerp – Let There Be Light!

Xmas Market Torrox 2018

How to Experience the Christmas Atmosphere in the South of Spain

Let's face it: in Belgium, it was always easy to experience the Christmas atmosphere every year... Winters there are cold, dark, wet and/or windy, sometimes there is even snow and then you just automatically long for those festive days filled with warmth and light. And, of course, there were Christmas markets everywhere! Indeed, with a …

Continue reading How to Experience the Christmas Atmosphere in the South of Spain