Category Archives: Travel

Xmas Carols (part 2)

As told you in my previous post I got involved in this campaign and I’ve managed to register myself (kind of) singing the requested Romanian Xmas Carol…please don’t judge to harsh, I’m no Adele nor Mariah Carey and I promise … Continue reading

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Travel outfits

One of the things that I enjoy most in my life are the wonders around the world. Whenever I plan a vacation/city break/ weekend activities with my close ones, one of the questions that pops-up immediately in my mind is: what … Continue reading

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Travel Diary – Peru (I)

On my shelf with beautiful memories I keep and treasure my Peruvian adventure. I’ve been lucky enough to be in the company of 3 great friends, see amazing places and met beautiful people. The adventure started actually 5-6 months in … Continue reading

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Weekend snapshots

As always, the weekend felt way too short, and, when unforeseen events  happen, every minute counts and we are trying to make the most of it. All in all, we had a beautiful outdoor time as summer is just around … Continue reading

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Today I like

  1) The idea of a long weekend next to my special one, after 3 weeks of being apart (photo from personal archive) 2) This article recommending restos and pubs to check out if you are in Brussels for a … Continue reading

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Travel Diary – Italy (I)

I will continue this travel series with my most recent experience – Campania region in South of Italy, more precisely Naples, Capri and the City of Pompeii. It was not my first time in Italy, so I knew that locals … Continue reading

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The Art of the Brick

A very interesting exhibition (still) open for those of you who are in Brussels or plan to visit Brussels before 21st of April. Nathan Sawaya expresses himself throughout the Lego bricks. His main focus is the human body and the … Continue reading

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