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A visit to Aigues Mortes and the Camargue

This blogpost is about a trip we took 10 years ago, when Febe was just 1 year old. We decided to rent a holiday home in the Provence, together with some friends and their tiny children. We combined this week with a small roadtrip getting to and from the Provence. On the way there, we …

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Walking in the forests near us

The COVID-19 crisis forced us to alternate in our family-activities: there really wasn’t much we could do for almost the entire year 2020. Walking and cycling were the only options. Even when there were (temporarily) more possibilities, we decided to stay closer to home and discover the nature that surrounds us. In this blog post …

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Legoland Billund – Denmark

When we set off on our roadtrip to Sweden, our sweet Febe turned 8 years old. We thought it would be a great idea to give her two days in Legoland Denmark as a birthday present. We needed a stop along the way to Sweden, and we could make it fit that she was there …

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Gent – the veggie capital of Europe

Gent is in many ways an innovative city. One of these ways is that the city has been supporting and promoting the consumption of less meat. Since 2009 the city supports “Donderdag Veggiedag”, meaning the active promotion of eating vegetarian for (at least) one day in a week. This also means that in all school …

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Searching for dragons in one of the most underestimated museums of Brussels.

Capitals. Aren’t they intriguing? A capital is supposed to be the political and administrative centre of a country, but is it also the cultural centre? Is a capital representative for its country in terms of its artistic, architectural and culinary identity (presuming here that these three aspects are the focus of attention for many travelers)? Probably not, and …