It is almost time: in October we leave for Australia! After a 3-day stop in Singapore we will have a little over 5 weeks to explore this massive country. Obviously, lots of posts will follow about our trip later, but for now here’s a little preview of our plans.
Last summer we went on a camping trip. We first stayed in France for a week, but we love Spain so much we couldn’t resist driving a bit further south. We ended up in the ‘Matarraña’ region, part of Teruel. An unknown region, but we were so pleasantly surprised we already have plans to return! … More Spain’s Matarraña region: an undiscovered gem!
If you ever go to Cuba, here’s my number one advice: stay in ‘casas particulares’, not in hotels! They are much cheaper and are a great way to meet the locals and experience Cuban culture. The basics: what is a casa particular? As the name says, these are private homes of Cuban families, where you … More Casas particulares in Cuba: our experiences and tips
Back in 2014 we went to Indonesia. We only had two weeks time but managed to visit a lot of sights and still have time to relax by the pool or on the beach. Oh, and to eat, because we still dream about the amaaaazing food in Bali… Read on for our itinerary and tips!
As you may have guessed from my photographs, I absolutely LOVE colorful places and especially houses. They never fail to lift my mood! My home country, The Netherlands, is not exactly the best place for this, mainly featuring brick-colored houses. But these next ten places I visited are perfect for color lovers like me:
After our wedding on July 7, we went on a 6-day honeymoon to Budapest. This might seem like an odd honeymoon destination, but due to our Cuba trip we were short on days off. We were looking for a romantic city to spend a few days and ideally soak up some sun before going back to … More Our honeymoon in Budapest: favourite activities
A while back – in 2012 – I went on a group trip to Northern India. In around 3 weeks I experienced lots of different places: from chaotic Delhi to the peaceful town of Pushkar in Rajasthan. In this blog post, I will give you an impression of Northern India by showing you some of my favorite photographs – and telling you a little … More Northern India part I: from dazzling Delhi to the famous Taj Mahal