Still blogging about cities in Belgium this week. Don’t worry, this will be the last one in this series, at least for this moment. In my previous blogpost I have written about where to eat the best chocolate in Bruges. Now I want to share with you the five things to do in Bruges according to my experience.
Bruges or Brugge is one of that charming cities you have to visit in Belgium. Bruges is famous and therefore is packed with tourists all year long. However, if you know the tricks and gems to avoid the crowd, you will enjoy your time when you are in Bruges.
That morning after my birthday. We were cruising the highway between Breda with final destination Blankenberge in Belgium. Common on the stereo and my mind was designated to the sea breeze, blue sky, water, sand and a delish mocktail. This will be the last break before the baby is born, I thought. I’d better be a good one!
I have travelling genes from my dad. When he was still working for the Indonesian government, he travelled a lot. South Korea, Singapore, India, the Netherlands, you name it. One of the unforgettable experiences I have ever had when travelling with my parents, was the time when we were living in India for several months. Yes, I lived in India when I was 4,5 years old! Since that time I have always some kind of strange bond with that land.
Due to a few hectic days at work I was not able to post anything last week. But I am back! This time I interviewed one of my girlfriends. Her name is Anda, an Indonesian girl, lives in Brussels, a travel fanatic and a blogger. She travels a lot! I have asked her several times whether she would love to be featured on my blog to share her travel encounters. Finally, the moment is here. Having seen all of her photos on social media when she was in Switzerland made me wonder where the best places are and why. I asked Anda to tell me more about travelling in Switzerland and here is what she tells me.