I haven’t written this kind of posts much before, but I really appreciate when people share their favorites of the moment on social media, blogs, or newsletters. I thought it could be fun from time to time to also share mine. It’s quite a random mix, and some of them are unfortunately Netherlands-specific, but I [...]
I recently took a 5-day long weekend trip to London with two main goals - see as many musicals as I can and eat as much delicious food as possible, two things I absolutely love. Overall, I think it was a very successful trip on both sides. On the show side, I managed to see [...]
Have you ever made a bucket list? I think for me it started with those Tumblr accounts that share bucket list items that 14-year-old me got all hyped up about. It would be funny to see those first bucket lists I made today, just to see how many of those things I’ve actually done already, [...]
The best way to get around in the Netherlands is by far by bike. I gathered here a few tips and learnings from when I moved here and had to learn the rules and best practices to make the cycling experience in the Netherlands smoother for you.
I love traveling more than most things in this world but even if I’ve flown a lot in my life, I’m still afraid of flying. I’ve found some tips that have helped me overtime to feel a bit less comfortable when flying, and hopefully they can help you too.
The Galápagos islands are one of the most incredible travel destinations in the world. Before traveling, there are certain things you should know about how to get to the Galápagos and what you need to do to in transit to ensure a smooth trip to the islands.
The Hoge Veluwe National Park is locally well known, but deserves more attention from tourists. It’s a beautiful area where the landscape changes constantly, and where you can spot all sorts of wildlife. This is my experience camping in Hoge Veluwe for one night.
I had the chance of going for a long weekend of bouldering in Fontainebleau, one of the most famous bouldering spots in Europe. This was my experience as a first-time outdoor boulderer, and first time in Fontainebleau.
I recently came back from a trip to South America, and on the way there, we stopped over in Aruba for a few nights. Aruba is an island in the Carribean, just north of the coast of Venezuela. It is an autonomous country but also a part of The Netherlands. This means that the country [...]
Way before the pandemic, the glamorous idea of digital nomadism, working from under palm trees and maybe being your own boss had started taking off, in contrast with the traditional way of thinking about travel as free time and come corporate office as work environment. Then came covid and first, travel stopped. Bye bye, digital [...]