A Turkish Wedding

If there were tests to see if a couple wanted to be married, well my Turkish bestie and her groom sure passed it. I had only been to half of the ceremonies and it completely drained me. They survived 6 of them last year!!! So to celebrate this newlywed couple, here’s the picture diary of … More A Turkish Wedding

Pairi Daiza

Before I start writing about all my international travels again, I had to tell you about one last place I visited in Belgium: Pairi Daiza. Formerly known as Paradisio, Pairi Daiza is a 65 hectare (160 acre) animal theme park and botanical garden located in Brugelette in the province of Hainaut. How is it different … More Pairi Daiza

Dinant

To continue tourism in my own country (see my former post “Leuven“), I visited another city in Belgium: Dinant. The Dinant Tour from the Belgian rail excursion includes 3 attractions: the Citadel, the “Dinant-Anseremme” cruise and “La Merveilleuse” caves. A little history before I write about the tour: Dinant takes pride in showing off their genius, … More Dinant

Leuven

Buying an apartment meant I was supposed to save money and instead of travelling by plane, I just took a train and played tourist in my own country. My Dutch friend Dor lived in Leuven last year and offered to be my guide in her town so after a 15 minute train ride from Brussels, … More Leuven

Dog sitting Max

My irresponsible oldest brother Top left his 3 month old french bulldog puppy for a trip to Laos. I was stuck with the poor pup for over 2 weeks and since I’m forced to go for a walk every day, I might as well challenge myself and discover new parks/gardens in Brussels.  Here’s the diary … More Dog sitting Max

The Swan Lake

When Dr. Diva asked Kel and I if we wanted to join in to see “The Swan Lake”, there wasn’t even an inch of doubt in our fiber to crash her date with the bf. Be warned: if you’re looking for a professional review than you better search for the info somewhere else cause I … More The Swan Lake