On a hot summer day back in the nineties a blond girl with blue eyes was born. Growing up near the farms, where she could ride her horses, play in the forest, build tree houses and prepare herself to explore the rest of the world, she got older and more curious deciding to leave this place. After 25 years things should have changed a lot at her birthplace, but let’s find out if it actually did change.
As you might figure, that blond blue-eyed girl is me. Two days ago I walked around at my birthplace and took photos. Just to see if my memory would be shocked or not by the possible changes. ...read more!
Last year the event of Glow blew us all away with the stunning light shows of creatures like dinosaurs, flying fish, and many other amazing ideas to do with light. This year Glow is again present in Eindhoven with a totally new exhibition. Yesterday I brought Glow a visit. ...read more!
A week ago I went to the beach in the Netherlands – yes, we do have a beach here too! The name of the beach is Scheveningen (part of The Hague) and at the end of summer it is a great place to visit if you like rollerskating on the boulevard. There are also some great dining options for afterwards and in particularly there’s one which I find quite special. After the racing with my skates on the paths near the beach I went to the Rodizio restaurant; A Brazilian Grill. And you know I adore Brazil and I love meat! ...read more!
Are you traveling in the Netherlands? You’re probably going to use the Dutch railways, if you’re not already doing so. I used to take the train to my university every day and I still enjoy a train ride now and then. The only things is… It’s quite expensive. However, for a couple of weeks you can travel very cheap through the entire Dutch country!
For 5 days long my Motormaus and I cruised next to the European rivers, such as the Meuse, Moselle and the Rhine, by motorcycle. We drove through Belgium, Germany, a tiny part of France and eventually went back to where life started; Holanda! ...read more!
What happened here? I think while I walk through the biggest city of Brabant, or as I like to call it: Brabantia. Eindhoven is not the capital of the Netherlands nor the capital of the Dutch province Brabant, but it is the biggest city of Brabant and it sure is vibrant. A lot of art and design makes it a beautiful city, while normally I am not even a big fan of big cities.
Last Saturday I took the train to Rotterdam where I was dying to go to because Manu Chao was going to be there! I never saw my favorite artist live, but this was my chance to go and see him and I did not even had to pay for a ticket – entrance to the festival and the concert was for free! ...read more!
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