Place Boyfriend was very excited about Germany, or what he calls, the ‘Land of Sausages’. I was rather neutral about it. They are just sausages. For that, I was told, ‘whoever says they are just sausages, never had the proper
Indonesian Food: Istana Indonesia was once the largest Dutch colony, and therefore, has significant cultural influence on the Netherlands. This influence extends to food.Drawing similarities to the UK again, Indonesian cuisine to the Netherlands is like Indian food to the
When I told my friends that The Hague was one of the destinations, they all tried to persuade me to go to Amsterdam instead. I was told that there is not much in The Hague, and it is quite boring.
My earliest idea of Netherlands was it being the hometown of tulips. Such that, visiting this place has always been on my bucket list. So on the third day of our European trip, we set off to Keukenhoff, also known as
Visiting Antwerp was not in our initial plan. We were going to the Hague that day. Antwerp was just on the way. Why not, so we decided a little detour. Upon the arrival at the Central Station, we were already impressed.
Since human civilisation, culinary art has been an integral part of people. Food tells so much of a country’s history, culture and its people. For us, food is a very important element of travelling. We often find if the place
Have you checked out the first stop of of our European trip? If not, I suggest you click here Now onto our second stop of the backpacking trip, the capital of Europe: Brussels! Brussels was very quiet compared to Bruges,
Written by Cotton’s Daddy. Bruges has always been a place I really wanted to go, due it being a UNESCO world heritage site and the amazing photos that I’ve seen. However, as this being the first leg of our journey,
2 backpackers, 10 kg, 40 liter, 13 cities, 16 days Note: my bag is actually smaller… So, not quite 40 liter… Have We Gone Crazy?!?! A wedding invitation from a dear friend called us to Spain, so we thought we