A crispy cold spring morning in IJsselstein. View from the cottage. (Click to view the full size version, and you’ll see the coots enjoying their breakfast!)
In IJsselstein, we woke up to a crispy cold morning; in fact, the temperatures had been freezing during the night, and the grass was white with frost, despite the season!
The cottage was located just by a larger canal, and a harbor for leisure boating. At breakfast, we discovered that the location was also ideal for bird watching, as a large variety of species presented themselves just outside the window. There were some coots, grebes, and quite a few ducks. Continue reading Music machines and miracles in Utrecht →
Crossing the Öresund bridge
On Tuesday morning, we packed the car to the brim and set out on the road from Hässleholm, Skåne. We crossed the Öresund bridge–it’s actually the very first time I’ve crossed it by car; back in the days when we drove the motor home, we always took the ferry from Gothenburg to Fredrikshavn. Continue reading Day one and two in the Netherlands: Mindfulness, excitement and some bad luck… →
View from a rainy Hässleholm, Skåne, Sweden
I’ve spent the last week in Skåne, in the very south of Sweden, where my brother, and my eight year old niece live. I had been hoping for some beautiful spring weather–this time of the year, there may be days here where you can spend hours outside without a jacket, warmed by the sun–but, unfortunately, not this year. Continue reading A second winter (called Easter…) in Skåne →
This is what happens if you’re trying to edit your blog logotype while visiting your eight year old niece… and she thinks you’re so boring that you should be hidden away–literally.
Time to revive my dear old travel blog! Once again, it’s been WAY too long, but to be perfectly honest, I haven’t really been away on any longer trips since Christmas of 2015. Well, domestic trips don’t really count, do they? In that case, I’d be blogging constantly. But I usually just cover those with a tweet or two… 😉 Continue reading Once more reviving the blog! →