For our Easter break me and Adri thought it would be nice to visit the city of Nijmegen (in the province of Gelderland). It’s the oldest city in The Netherlands and has been part of Operation Market Garden during the Second World War. These two ingredients would make something of a nice weekend we figured. We got even more inspired after watching the TV Series ‘Band of Brothers’.
While working on another post from our visit to Nijmegen and Den Bosch last weekend (which will take me a bit longer to finish), I am posting a short one from Easter Monday.
With no Easter Bunny around we decided to get some fresh air by having a walk at the beach of Scheveningen. For the past 3,5 years the boulevard has been under construction. Luckily this is not the case anymore (the official opening will be this weekend, April 6th).
And with that sentence my nephew, Robin, wrapped up his guitar solo!
It has been a while since my last post, so it was about time to write another one. I was busy getting my bachelor degree. But now that I have it (yeey!) I can start practicing my photography skills again.
Last year we combined our holiday in Hungary with a visit to Vienna. This year Adri suggested we could drive to Croatia from Hungary and spend a couple of days there. She had been there before and really liked it. I must admit I didn’t immediately warmed up to the idea. But after checking some pictures and reading more about it that quickly turned around and I was suddendly really looking forward to go there .
Here’s a late post about the trip me and Adri took to Bruges (Brugge). Bruges is a beautiful city in the northwest of Belgium (part of the province of West Flanders) with a historic city centre that’s listed on the World Heritage Site of UNESCO.
Over here (and by here I mean The Netherlands) there are no monkeys living in the wild. Some of you might think differently and will simply tell me to have a look at some of my friends and family members. 🙂
And although indeed some people might have a lot in common with monkeys, they’re not actually one (so I’ve been told).