Last fall, I discovered a ‘greener’ side to Brussels, with a Pro Velo bicycle tour to a community garden in Etterbeek. The garden was another of Brussels’ hidden gems and, the best part – I didn’t die.
Castles, ruins, history and, of course, food; today Adriana shares 10 reasons you should visit southern Wales.
After almost nine years of living abroad, I’ve learned countless things about myself, Belgium, and expat life. Today I want to share five of these lessons I wish I knew when I first arrived as an expat in Belgium.
Today Adriana takes us on a family camping adventure to Urk and Giethoorn in the Netherlands, including food, flowers and family fun.
What do you get when you have 14 travel and lifestyle bloggers from around Europe, one fantastic hotel chain, and 4 exciting events throughout the year? The #BluBloggers and I’m excited to be partnering with Radisson hotels as one of their ambassadors this year.
Last month we had the great pleasure of meeting Assiye, who house-sat for us while we were in Morocco. Making the most of her month in Brussels, she enrolled in an Alliance Francaise French class. Today she shares her story:
Back in December, we took a getaway trip to Lille, France with iDBUS. Despite its proximity to Brussels, we had never visited the French city before and we had no idea it was such a foodie paradise.
Sunday we returned to Brussels after a month long experiment in working remotely in Andalusia, Spain and Tangier, Morocco. It was challenging and rewarding. We learned a lot and we have some big plans to share with you soon. As you can well imagine, we have plenty of stories and photos to share. While we recover and regroup, here are a few of our favourite photos from our month.
Today, our trailing spouse expert, Louise, offers three easy tips to discover your passion and live a fulfilling expat life.