When Christmas is Back – a Tale on Consumerism

In London, the Oxford St. Christmas lights were switched on in the beginning of the month, and all the other streets followed towards the holy spirit. Shop windows seduce us with little (or even BIG) Christmas tales, with beautiful adornments and gifts suggestions for everyone, but not every wallet. The time (tale?) of consumerism has … Continue reading When Christmas is Back – a Tale on Consumerism

MoMu – Antwerp’s Fashion Museum

As a fashion lover, not going to Antwerp's Fashion Museum being in Antwerp (just Belgian style capital), would be a sin. And if you do go to Antwerp and you are indecisive about where to go, I must recommend this museum. Do go. Do enjoy. It is a small visit, but it would be worth … Continue reading MoMu – Antwerp’s Fashion Museum

Belgium, 4th Stop: Brussels, the Why So Serious

Brussels was my last stop, where I stayed for 2 nights, not really knowing what to expect from the capital of Belgium. When you think about Brussels, I believe that one of the first images coming to your head is politicians in suits and ties, shaking hands in yellow smiles, European Union, the Euro, the … Continue reading Belgium, 4th Stop: Brussels, the Why So Serious

Belgium, 3rd Stop: Antwerp, the Stylish

Everytime I thought about Antwerp, my imagination would go wild. I imagined it as a stylish and cosmopolitan place, but at the same time keeping the essence of tradition. I imagined it beautiful and majestic. And I wasn't wrong. As soon as I got to Antwerp I knew I was in a special place: the … Continue reading Belgium, 3rd Stop: Antwerp, the Stylish

Belgium, 1st Stop: Bruges, the Enchanted

I did my first real travelling solo to Belgium. Being able to get to Brussels by train so easily from London, finding nice prices and, best of all, having still some holidays to take off from work, I thought, what is stopping me? Not having company? Please, I've been used to doing things alone for a … Continue reading Belgium, 1st Stop: Bruges, the Enchanted