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Cycling along the L’Eau d’Heure Lakes and in the south of Hainaut

Soooo, the ban to cross the Belgian borders is still in effect - and constantly up for debate -, so that means it's time for another episode of my series called 'Tourist in your own country'. This time once more in combination with my series of 'Tourist à vélo' and in the province of Hainaut.… Continue reading Cycling along the L’Eau d’Heure Lakes and in the south of Hainaut

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Hoge Kempen National Park; a long overdue visit to Connecterra and Mechelse Heide

March 2021. Almost an entire year since the first lockdown and corona is still a prominent part of our daily lives. With the entire Belgian vaccination campaign not running as smoothly as promised, it looks like we'll be in this situation for quite a bit longer... But I've managed to flip the switch. Instead of… Continue reading Hoge Kempen National Park; a long overdue visit to Connecterra and Mechelse Heide

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Stormchasing in La Cité des Pierres – Montpellier-le-Vieux

While we didn't have an exact itinerary for our roadtrip through France last September, there were of course a few places that we had in mind as a direction. The area around the Gorges du Tarn and the Gorges de la Jonte was one of those places. After a little - but not bad at… Continue reading Stormchasing in La Cité des Pierres – Montpellier-le-Vieux

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Overnight stop in the Ardeche region to escape the heat

Completely satisfied, but also with a serious case of jello-legs, I got in the car to further our travels into France. Our time in the gorgeous Vercors Massif was over. Bummer! But no time -and reason- to sulk for long; new adventures awaited! The next region that we wanted to explore was the Cevennes. From… Continue reading Overnight stop in the Ardeche region to escape the heat

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De-stressing in Pont-en-Royans and stressing on Col de la Machine

I've been traveling for many years now, and my favorite way of exploring a place has always been by foot. When I'm in a city, I love to wander through the labyrinth of streets, discovering little corners and unique streets with architecture that moves and inspires me. And when nature is calling me, I'm happiest… Continue reading De-stressing in Pont-en-Royans and stressing on Col de la Machine

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Exploring the gorgeous trails at Cirque du Fer-à-Cheval

After an amazing two days in the Jura region, it was time to continue our roadtrip to another region of France. Yay! A colleague of my friend told us about a place in the Haute-Savoie called the Cirque du Fer-à-Cheval, an amphitheater-like valley close to the Swiss border. We only needed to see one picture… Continue reading Exploring the gorgeous trails at Cirque du Fer-à-Cheval

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A swift 16th century stop in Troyes before the next ‘Tour the France’ stage

At the same time as the more famous event with the same name was being held, my Tour de France 2020 continued in September. This time around, it was a pretty long stage, with a lot more effort required to make it through to the end. But it was the best one to date and… Continue reading A swift 16th century stop in Troyes before the next ‘Tour the France’ stage