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I rented a self-drive boat from Nicols in the Netherlands

Last week I checked yet another thing off my bucket list: being the captain of my own boat for a few days. And the best thing was, I drove it myself and I didn’t need a permit for it! Me and a few others teamed up with Nicols, a company that is providing boating holidays… Read more »

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The Duke: trendy boutique hotel in historical Den Bosch

Last month I had the pleasure of being back in North Brabant, a southern province of the Netherlands that I’m liking more and more each time I visit. Being a hotel enthusiast, The Duke Hotel in ‘s Hertogenbosch was on my list and now I finally had the chance to spend the night there!

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Back in Brabant to visit Heusden and Den Bosch!

The last couple of months have been crazy for me in terms of traveling. So what did I do when I finally came back home? Sleep? Rest? No! I went out to explore some more, but a bit closer to my home in Belgium. I headed to two cities in the Dutch province of North… Read more »

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A few yummy days in Brabant

The first days of March I spent in Brabant, a southern province of the Netherlands that is dubbed the most welcoming province of the country. I had been there before during ‘Brabant Nacht’, visiting the quiet towns of Breda and Bergen-op-Zoom. Now this lovely province has been selected as the European Region of Gastronomy in… Read more »

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Hotel Nobel: your choice when visiting Ameland

I recently got to stay a few days on Ameland, one of the Dutch Wadden Islands. During my time there, I stayed in Hotel Nobel. Hotel Nobel is located right in the centre of the tiny little town of Ballum.  

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Trip to the Dutch Wadden Islands

Recently I got to visit the Dutch Wadden Islands. Ah yes, these exotic islands are known for their white sandy beaches, colorful houses and beautiful Caribbean women. Right? Not quite, but here’s why they’re still worth the visit!

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A weekend in Brabant: short trip to Breda and Bergen op Zoom

Joining a cycle gang, going to a nightly rave to create light art, cycling in weird industrial areas only to pull up at a giant inflated refugee and wake up the next morning in a cute little historical city. Although it does sound like the plot of Hangover 4, it’s actually just a recollection of… Read more »