San Francisco by the docks

Well. I don’t really know how to start. I was supposed to get on a plane back to my country (Belgium) this morning… but obviously didn’t since I’m writing this. My girlfriend proposed to me about 10 days ago so we are going to get married. Continue reading “San Francisco by the docks”

Paris, je t’aime (part IV): On a walk from Bastille to Les Halles

This was actually a much longer walk because we walked from Bastille to Arc de Triomphe. But I’m thinking you guys could get out of breath if we don’t take a break halfway. So in the post, you’ll see photos taken at Bastille, by the Seine, at Notre-Dame de Paris all the way to Centre Georges Pompidou and Les Halles. Continue reading “Paris, je t’aime (part IV): On a walk from Bastille to Les Halles”

España: reporting from the seafood auction

I’d never been to one of those, and it’s kind of interesting to see how it works. At the end of each day, the fishermen come back from from the sea and try to sell what they fished at the best price possible. To do so, they unload their fish from their boats and bring it to what is called the outcry market. There, professionals bid on the price of the fish. Continue reading “España: reporting from the seafood auction”