A walking guide through Camden Town

London is known for its many neighborhoods, different cultures and various atmospheres. Each district feels different and has its own characteristics. That makes this city so special. It’s still so great to get to know this enormous metropolis together with my family, after almost a year we aren’t even halfway. This time we brought a…

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Exploring the history of Gunnersbury Park

London is known for its beautiful parks, all strikingly large and often equipped with multiple lawns, flower gardens, a pond and historic buildings. While I’m living in a busy city like London, I really love having the opportunity to escape the crowds in almost every district by visiting one of the many parks. Perfect of…

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Pick your own at Copas Farm

A couple of years ago we had a vegetable garden, behind our house in the Netherlands, our first house where Ralf and I went to live together. The house wasn’t that big, but the garden was big enough for a spacious vegetable garden. Something that we were quite proud of at the time and where…

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Exploring the world of Legoland Windsor

We all grew up with it, the world-famous colored building blocks with the little yellow figures. Perhaps the most known toy that’s in production for years. I’m talking about Lego. At the moment our daughter is still in the Duplo phase, but it won’t probably be long before she will switch to the smaller scale….

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