We had some visitors for a couple of days in April. Including a dog! So we found some things to do that were enjoyable for everyone. Although maybe the picture above might suggest otherwise. 🙂Continue reading
27th of April! King’s day in The Netherlands. But this year we skipped the orange madness and went somewhere else. We decided to go to Mechelen. Only 1,5 hours drive away from us. Just across the Belgian border. So here’s yet another post about Belgium! 🙂Continue reading
For the first week of January we booked a nice little house in Eksel, Belgium. The park itself was still under construction but that wasn’t really a problem. The house was nice, comfortable and clean. During our stay we had a walk in the forest and made some small stops in different places nearby. Of course we couldn’t just go back home without having a waffle as well! 2022 is off to a good start! 🙂Continue reading
The new year has started and I didn’t manage to edit the photos from our last holiday in August yet. Time to get motivated again and get into the groove once more.
This summer we could stay a little longer in Hungary. As we were allowed to work remotely for a couple of days. As we mainly do nowadays anyway with COVID-19 around.Continue reading
Amsterdam, always good to be back! It had been a while since our last visit. The last time we visited was even before the start of this whole pandemic. And because of that pandemic, tourism has been slow. Which was clearly visible in Amsterdam as well. There were hardly any tourists in the city. It looked like the city had slowed down, taking a little nap. Preparing itself for when things return to somewhat normal. And when they do, Amsterdam will be receiving its guest with open arms again. Leaving us with this memory of Amsterdam being a rather quiet place. Which will be, I’m pretty sure, hard to imagine when visiting the city again next time. 🙂Continue reading
So far it has been raining a lot and we had some strong winds. Horrible weather for the time of year! When the sun finally came out we decided to drive to the Biesbosch. It’s a national park and has one famous resident: the beaver. There are around 300 beavers living in this park in about 100 lodges. The dense vegetation and abundance of water makes this park a beaver paradise. They also have a trail designed to educate children (Beverbos) about these creatures. It’s a nice area where you can go on adventure and learn everything about them. There’s even the possibility to climb through the tree tops. Despite keeping our feet on the ground that day, we didn’t see any beavers (not sure anyone ever does!). But we did see some turtles. Enjoying the sun, just like us! 🙂Continue reading
It’s the start of May. And we haven’t seen much sunshine yet. Instead we are still wearing our winter coats and trying to avoid the rain as much as we can. Luckily not all the days are dark and grey though. The day before King’s Day we had some nice weather and decided to visit Radio Kootwijk. It’s both the name for the transmitter park as well as the village around it and the area is now open to the public (the transmission station is no longer in use).Continue reading