Paris is a beautiful city. A little crowded underneath the Eiffel Tower, but still beautiful.

Last week, about 80 other people and I boarded a bus to Paris. I’ve never been on a bus/coach holiday before, but I must say that it’s really convenient to have someone pick you up at the end of the day to take you to your hotel. Just make sure not to miss the bus (like we almost did due to “miscommunication”).… Read the rest

Things to Look Forward to

When I was still in high school I had this tendency to spend my entire summer behind my computer playing Sims. I still love and play the game, but not as often as I used to.

This summer I had a plan: I would do as many new things as possible. So far, I’ve already been on the new roller coaster The Baron (while I’m afraid of heights), I had my first indoor trampoline park experience at Jumpsquare, I visited the Dutch navy with my aunt who was a marine and I traveled to Groningen; a city way up north that is simply too far away for any practical purposes (or at least, that is the stereotype).… Read the rest

If you’re following me on Instagram or Twitter, you might have heard the news already but I’ll shout say it again here: I’M GOING TO PARIS!

The last time I was in Paris, I was 17, covered in spots (so all the pictures are banned from viewing), and accompanied by a bunch of teachers since it was a school trip. We had a lot of fun, but at the same time I have this feeling that I didn’t really appreciate the city at that time.… Read the rest