By now it's not a secret anymore that I absolutely adore London. And when you adore a city, you tend to go more often. Basic logic! So after a few visits, you sort of end up running out of highlights to see. But thank my lucky stars that London still has a lot of lesser… Continue reading Chasing the most amazing street art in London
Today is the second Sunday of June which means that it is... Father's Day! At least in Belgium it is. I am aware that in other countries you're celebrating it on other dates, but in my tiny country, today is the day we're celebrating the men with the awkward jokes and often weird sense of… Continue reading Why my dad is my favorite traveling companion
Four young women, a couple of half-empty suitcases, a credit card with a budget for shopping and a train ticket to London. That was the recipe for a banging two day girls trip to UK's capital. Not even the continuous Brexit mess could temper our excitement. As it was my sixth time traveling to London… Continue reading Eight favorite pictures of my latest trip to London
If I could bring forward the question that I get asked the most when talking about my travels, it is without a doubt the following; "But how do you start planning your citytrip?". It seems like many people struggle with putting together an itinerary before departure even though they really want to have some sort… Continue reading How do you start planning your citytrip? My 8 step roadmap!
Little over four months after I've returned from Canada, it's time to talk business. I'm very much aware that this is one of the posts you are most interested in but isn't there a saying about keeping the best for last? 😉 But here we go; How much money did I spent on my roadtrip… Continue reading The price of a two week roadtrip from Vancouver to the Canadian Rockies
Our stop in the Johnston Canyon in Banff National Park was our last one in the Rocky Mountains. So by noon on our last day, it was with a heavy heart that we said goodbye to the beautiful glaciers and snow-tipped mountains. Before we would board or flight back home the next morning, we still… Continue reading Saying goodbye to West-Canada from Calgary
After four cloudy, rainy days, we had just about had it with this mediocre weather. Sadly we couldn't control the atmospheric conditions and to our disappointment another day of clouds was forecast. However we did control our destination! So if the sun wasn't in the sky, we made sure to get some sun at least… Continue reading Chasing the sunshine at Sunshine Meadows in Banff