Basically, yesterday we rode 30 minutes to get to this random far away city called Durbuy (Belgium) – because my dad said it was known as the smallest city ‘in the world’. But then, we were driving into the town and noticed that, ‘oh, it was actually tourist packed and absolutely huge. But we still walked around because my dad was meeting up with an old friend who was the head of the touristy things, and there was also a Christmas market with a lot of food so uhh yes.
These are some of the pictures I took, and I’ll also be incorporating some facts and just random bits of writing about what was going on (: Continue reading “The ~Not So Small~ City of Durbuy”
This half term, we went to visit Belgium for a couple of days – mainly because its was my grandmother’s birthday. We stayed fewer days that for previous half terms, which isn’t too fun, but it is a pro if you want to blog about it. Not too complicated to put together. We went to two locations – as always. La-Roche-En-Ardennes for 3 days, and Farciennes for one. Continue reading “Couple’A Days Back Home”
Every time we come to La Roche En Ardennes (Belgium), we always go on hikes on the same mountain, to the point where we have names for the different routes we take. E.g, the ‘sheep path’. So – this time – we went again. There’s also a really big forest at the peak, and because it is the middle of autumn, we obviously had to go and take a look.
I took quite a lot of pictures, and I’m going to put most of them in this post. The others will be put on a ‘travel diary’ type post coming up in a few days. Hope you like the photos (:
Continue reading “A Familiar Mountain”
This afternoon we went on a little trip to this place called ‘Les Jardins D’Annevoie’ in Belgium. We spent a few hours there and took loads of pictures (as always), and at the end we got something to eat and drink in the cafe. Here is some of that documented : Continue reading “Les Jardins D’Annevoie”