Monthly Archives: June 2017

Living the togetherness with Coldplay

We made it to the Coldplay concert in Brussels, on 22 June 2017. The group turned 20 and the concert has been a special occasion to listen to their popular songs, written in such a long period of time. The … Continue reading

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Brussels’s Poppies

Poppies are a sign of fragility. In the village I grew up there were poppies growing on the border between the wheat fields and the countryside roads. The life of the poppy flowers was short, perhaps one or two days. … Continue reading

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Why Brussels’s summers are special

Each year Brussels’s summer comes in as a kind of rewarding season after darker and cloudy days. Summers are always brighter, fresh and soft in Brussels. Once summer is here, the city becomes a very attractive place. The green spaces … Continue reading

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Etterbeek’s Medieval Market turns 25

Etterbeek’s Medieval Market turns 25. The 25th event edition was organised in the Cinquantenaire Park of Brussels, between 2 and 4 June 2017. The Cinquantenaire is one of Brussels’s largest parks located in the heart of the European Quarter, in … Continue reading

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Ground-breaking Baja Sardinia

Baja Sardinia was our holiday home for a number of days. We managed to go and see La Maddalena Island and its homonym town, Santa Maria Island, Budelli Island, Spargi Island, Arzachena and Porto Cervo. This does not mean that … Continue reading

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Amazing Sardinia: Porto Cervo, Costa Smeralda’s heart

With a status of a village benefiting from a worldwide fame as a luxury holiday destination, Porto Cervo is considered the heart of the Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda. The village is permanently inhabited by about 420 people only. The figure increases … Continue reading

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Amazing Sardinia: Arzachena, a cradle of ancient civilisation

We arrived to Arzachena after lunch. The town was very quiet, in a sleeping mood. All shops were closed and all streets appeared to be empty. We realised that it was the siesta moment and we were right. Everything came … Continue reading

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