Normally my posts are effusive in their praise for the many and varied attractions and locations I have visited on my travels…but not this one!
Christmas just isn’t Christmas without some spice – gingerbread, mulled wine, peppermint bark, etc. The spices warm you from the inside out, feeling like a hug for your insides. If you’re looking for a spiced cookie that’s a little bit different this holiday season why not try the most famous biscuit of Belgium, the speculoos.
Bruges, Belgium is famous for many things – chocolate, lace, and canals most notably. The city does however have a famous resident that you might not know about – and he’s a rather cute resident at that. No, it’s not an artist, writer, painter, or royal. He’s a bit furrier than that.
There are two things that Belgium is known for the world over, waffles and chocolate. I really don’t know how Belgium isn’t the fattest nation on the planet with all the deliciously decadent food – I suspect it has something to do with all of those bicycles.
I’ve been out of the #FriFotos loop for the last few weeks with being on the road, but we’re back today and it’s really the most perfect theme. I’m currently studying for the Masters in Museum Studies so the topic of museums couldn’t really be much better for me.
One of the best parts of travelling is trying new and delicious foods. One of the worst parts of travel is not being able to find these new and delicious foods once you return home. There is nothing better than a freshly baked croissant in Paris, or a delicately spiced coconut curry in Thailand