I discovered Croatia a few years ago. I was supposed to go there with a friend that I’ve met in Argentina the summer before, and we wanted to chill together on the beautiful Adriatic coast. Three days before the departure, my friend called me, with a bad news. She couldn’t come anymore. So once again, […]Lire la suite de "Croatia,"
I love to discover new places all the time. You kind of know me now and that’s why I created this blog sort of. I always want to try new things, new concepts, discover new cafés and restaurants. But here it is. One day, not too far from my office (actually super close), perfectly situated […]Lire la suite de "Simply Emily,"
It’s probably because it’s freezing/raining/windy in Antwerp at the moment that I deeply need to write about the wonderful Philippines and a place where the sun shines all year long (okay almost). Even if it wasn’t a long time ago, I deeply miss the funny Philippines, the easy-chill way of life and the beauty […]Lire la suite de "Camiguin Island,"
Let’s jump back in the past and travel to Los Angeles, city which I particularly love because everything started there. But I’ll talk about that another time. Now, let’s talk about this place, hidden in the Pali Hotel on Melrose Avenue. You first enter in the Pali Hotel, wondering where The Hart and the Hunter […]Lire la suite de "The Hart & the Hunter,"
I went on a quick weekend getaway for my birthday this year in Amsterdam. It’s been such a long time that I haven’t been in my country (half french-half dutch). I re-discovered the beauty of this Dutch city with Larissa, and enjoyed every little streets and cafés we could found on our way. Amsterdam is not […]Lire la suite de "Amsterdam,"
There is something that I love to do every Saturdays, is the market on the Theaterplein in Antwerp. It’s a huuuuuuuge market with local, exotic, Turkish, Moroccan products but most of all, flowers ! I usually spend an hour or two just looking around and buying flowers and after that… well, it’s time for […]Lire la suite de "De Foyer,"
Yes, of course I went to Capri after the wonderful Amalfi Coast. And of course I loved it. Even if it didn’t start so well, the end was way much better. Capri is a tiny island in front of the Amalfi Coast. It’s actually just a rock. A pretty rock, but still… a […]Lire la suite de "Capri,"